Antebellum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the horror of the two greenies in the boat with us. One of his stories told of how his brother had purposely totalled his car to hit a deer since hunting had become illegal and the only way to claim an animal was if it had accidentally been killed. The greenies were absolutely horrified which was highly amusing for Vaughan and I since they were so uptight it was unbelievable.
Not long after setting off we came across our first gator, with another ...
... involvement in the war very impressively- my favourite bit was the hull of a American bomber dropping from the ceiling. That evening we went to Frenchman street but Alex forgot ID so the night was short- tit. The next day was a big drive to Texas however on the way we stopped by the scarily vast Oak alley plantation which is one of the most extravagant in the USA. Just off the Mississippi River the huge oaks ...
... welcomed us and then poured an outstanding Guinness. I gave him my spiel about the search I'm on for the best guinness in America blah blah blah and asked what his secret was for pouring such a great pint. To my surprise he actually had an answer - he brought over the spigot filter he said they have multiple spigot filters and soak them on a rotating basis and feels this is how they keep the Guinness from getting that charcoal after taste. sooooo... When in The home of ...
Well it has been a long day. Up at five in the morning and
off to the airport. The first leg of the journey ended in Dallas, Texas where
we had a short layover before boarding and flying to New Orleans.
The hotel is very old but we knew that before booking it.
Marie’s and my room has two four poster beds and the remainder of a brick
fireplace. Even though the room is somewhat ...
... 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 ...