St. Philip French Quarter Apts.
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... du Monde, an iconic NOLA establishment, famous for its beignets – square French doughnuts with icing sugar - more like dumped than dusted! We shared a plate of three and enjoyed a rare coffee – no cappuccino, latte or mocha; just black or white coffee. Thankfully, this huge outside café is protected by drop-sheets to keep out the cold, and a jazz player added to the ambiance. It was a great place for ...
... was way better than the noise I'd heard last night. Whist the Car parking was ridiculous in the French Quarter, cruising in a topless Mustang wasn't that pretentious as they are common here like Volkswagens. There's a lot of different makes and models of cars here I have never seen before. There were horse and cart rides passing us and again the throng of people getting drunk and spending money. The temperature got over 90F so we put the top back up, turned the air ...
... have come across since arriving in the US. It was called The Grill NOLA and it consisted of an open kitchen with a hot plate running the length of the restaurant, with diner chairs lining the one long continuous serving counter. Our waiter was amazing, as were the pancakes and bacon I ordered, and the omelette that Vaughan ordered.
Full to the point of bursting we headed back to the dock where we had booked tickets aboard the Steamboat Natchez. This was ...
... height: normal;">After our breakfast, we boarded the Natchez paddle steamboat for a lunch cruise down the Mississippi River, a romantic ideal we have both held since childhood. As we waited in line to board, the engines began to power the steam that would eventually power the huge red paddle on the back of the boat. However, the steam was now used for entertainment purposes. Sitting atop the very top deck, an organist was perched at a white steam organ. The pipes in front ...
... meal. This place was a local gem. Again, we both went traditional Creole food. The staff were having a blast which made the place more fun. From there we wandered along Frenchman street hoping to find some real swampy blues, but it was all jazz, and neither of us are real Jazz fans so we kept wandering around and headed back home.
Tomorrow we have our Airboat tour in the swamp so really looking forward to that ...