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Doing good thus far have the hair product on the hair and the face product on the face! Going out for fried green tomatoes and Preservation Hall which is supposed to be the best jazz place in town.
Lessons learned today:
1. Baby alligators have soft silky tummies
2. I love fried green tomatoes with andoulie
3,Two T3's plus two hurricanes equals a rockin time ...
... have also seeped into the stew due to his regular affiliation with stalwarts of the local scene such as Kirk Joseph, the revolutionary sousaphonist and founding member of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Dr. John and jazz saxophonist, Donald Harrison, Jr. The traditional sounds of the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans and the zydeco of the Louisiana countryside have influenced his development as well.
Decided to head back toward Jackson Square and ...
... 8221; and their floats are all still pulled by horses only. The floats are all somewhat small, very detailed, and generally carry a drug or sex related theme. This parade was our first, and I quickly realized just how addicting it can be to catch anything, whether it is beads, a sweet new koozie, or any other random throw. I was dressed as the pink unicorn and Erik went as the Madhatter. Let’s just say the vile things and the crowd loved the pink ...
... sceptic, I couldn't help but end the tour with a little part of me believing the story. The story that stuck with me the most were the ghosts that haunt the LaLaurie Mansion because of the horrific history behind the tale. Delphine LaLaurie and her husband kept slaves in their home and were suspected of abusing them. After the death of a child slave, who had jumped from the balcony to escape Delphine's brandishing whip, they were investigated and had their ...
... and another walking tour. Beautiful houses everywhere, undamaged by Katrina and this area seems to be the go to place for stars like John Goodman, Sandra Bullock and Archie Manning whose son was the losing quarterback in the superbowl the next day. From our walking tour, we hiked over to St. Charles Street to ride the trolley into Canal Street where we then hiked to Jackson Square and took the ...