Antebellum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 3 in a row then NONE. We decided to take it all the way into Bourbon. It was terribly full due to the weekend night and all the college kids. We finally made it into town and had dessert at Red Fish Grill in the Oyster bar this time. Again great service and food. We then walked down Bourbon and through Jackson Square past Café Du Monde and up along the river and down to Frenchmen. It was so crazy full you couldn’t walk and there was a ...
... and not really Jazz. There were also lots of 'Gentleman's Clubs' with scantily dressed women outside, even walking the streets.
Marie craved vegies and we ended up at Hardrock Cafe I had a spinach and Artichoke dip appetizer (still recovering from Jambalaya entree at lunchtime). Marie had New York steak with mash potatoes and seasonal vegetables. The seasonal vegetables was one huge piece of broccoli. At least the portion size ...
... style buildings that seemed to be a constant throughout the city. We had some doughnuts at this old French place which we both agreed were the best doughnuts we had both had! New Orleans does have some interesting buskers; some guys were clipping what I can only describe as castanets onto their shoes and were tap dancing (josh maybe we could include this in our next open mic night?). There was a man using steel drums and a saxophonist playing summertime. It ...
... over the french quarter. He wooed the love of his life, had 13 children with her and then said he was going to do the noble thing and die alone in France as he had contracted TB. He died a year later but he told his mistress to meet him over there for some fun before that. Our final stop was at Hotel Monteleone. The luxury hotel, boy is it fancy. This hotel was founded by Antonio Monteleone, our little sicilian cobbler. They still have his floor collage from 1880 on Royal ...
... invited us to dinner at their house.. sounds a bit dodgy yes.. but we had to go and find out!! What a hoot - she is one of the first Queens of the Mardi Gras.. meaning she walks at the front of the parade all day fully dressed up to the 9's.. she put on her hot pink feather number and stephen shot her… pretty surreal experience.. TV blaring with wrestling on… their band cd blaring from the other room and us eating sausage, beens ...