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... a busy tourist spot but we had a refreshing stop and did not feel hurried to open our table. We walked around the shops of French Market some, visited St Louis Cathedral (the oldest cathedral in the U.s.) and the Cabildo museum. This was originally the Spanish Governor's mansion and now a museum o the history of New Orleans and Louisiana.
The Cathedral exterior is not what I would call fantastic but the interior makes up for ...
... car you don't need the GARMIN. The place we headed to is on the 2nd floor (that's the 1st floor to Kiwis) and we find a door that's open. We head up the stairs and straight into the bartending area. We are behind the bar. This guy looks at us. I said sorry was this the service entrance? Yes. I'm sorry we thought.... I pointed back at all those wooden untreated stairs. He smiles. He can hear my accent. Have a seat. It's a wine bar. There's a large group of women having ...
... leave. Milton then takes us back to Frenchman Street even though he didn't have to- top bloke! Paul is a very happy camper.
Back on Frenchman, which is the local's Bourbon St, we seek out some lunch. We find the French Market and Paul buys a hat (first casualty of the trip was Paul's hat which he left in the car at the Vegas airport). We also get some delicious crawfish etouffee- yum! The food here is amazing and I am totally loving it. An etouffee is a kind ...
... exhibit on slavery and plantation life along with much more.
We went in the French Market and I bought some earrings from Oscar. We split a daiquiri and my husband had alligator sausage at the Gazebo while we listened to a band of old-timers, the best music of the trip in my opinion. It was a sunny breezy day and this was really nice. Then we bought a few souvenirs, headed back to the inn and caught our cab for the airport.
... you still see the aftermath (especially East, where most of it was 15ftunderwater).There is an abandoned six flags roller coaster park that is incredibly scary. Since Katrina it has not been touched. It just sits there. it was abandoned the day before Katrina.
The scar tissue of a horrific natural disaster still lingers on water damaged buildings and broken footpaths.
New Orleans actually sits about 8ft below sea level. It's near the mouth of the ...