Antebellum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Neil and Giselle and their families have been the most hospitable hosts. We were welcomed with home made red beans and rice from Giselle's Mom, we were in seventh heaven. It was so good to see Zoe again. She is growing into such a beautiful young lady, I love her hair. It is the prettiest blue. We are having such wonderful talks. We finally met our youngest nephew Layne, he is the cutest little guys and warmed up to us quickly. We had a fun time in the ...
... hit in Katrina. We saw some famous peoples homes in the Garden District, to famous peoples graves in the St. Louis Cemetery #1.
At the halfway point we had a nice coffee and beignets at Morning Calls in the City Park. From there we continued onto the French Quarter driving up and down the various famous streets getting the history of the area as well as seeing the awesome architecture.
After the tour, we checked into the hotel and then cleaned up ...
... 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 ...
... So sorry we were late in gitten’ y’all set up here. Them’s my kitty cats. They pee and poo”. In the background I can hear the little girls young mother hollering her head off: “Where ‘r my KEYS???? I cayn’t open the office or the register to ...whadidja DO wiff ‘ em? GIT OVER HERE...NOW!!!” The mother finally gets it together enough to come out and informs me she cannot find the keys to open the office...so $20 ...
... musicians out front. It may have been a park once, but now appears to be bar with an awning covered stage along wall where a pretty good jazz band was playing "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey". No-one seemed to care that I sat on the low garden wall inside the entrance while finishing my Go Cup. The band moved into a subdued version of Jambalaya.
I ordered a bowl of Gumbo (which was about the same size as the one I had at Marigny's but almost double the price and ...