Bohemian Armadillo Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... sculpted with different figures. The building has two construction periods of which the oldest,
corresponding to the Terminal Classic period (1000-1200 A.D.), was partially covered by the later one, dating from the Post Classic period (1200-1650 A.D.).
... the damage wad hurricane related - apparently the area was fairly run down already, largely as a result of the government building an elevated road over the ward, killing the through traffic and consequently the local economy.
We stopped at St Louis Cemetery # 3, a traditional New Orleans burial place in that the residents are all interred in above ground crypts. Because crypts are shared by a family - or a number of families - they have to be be economical with the space, ...
... other. It was truly a case of both being so good that it didn’t matter which we ate. For an appetizer we tried the BBQ oysters…flash fried and covered in BBQ and blue cheese. OMG. Unreal. I also had the moonshine punch to drink and the dessert was the signature double chocolate bread pudding. Fantastic. We then walked up bourbon Street. I have to say that its not really my thing...being accosted by everyone ...
I loved New Orleans! The most different city I went to in the States and one of my favourites. It was this blend of cultures and history that made New Orleans so different to all the other American cities I had visited. On our way to New Orleans we stopped for some southern comfort food in Mississippi at Mama Hamil's. The building was packed for the buffet in which we gorged ourselves. I understand KFC a whole lot more now but it didn't have anything on the ...
... After you climb something like 6 stories high, you shoot through on your back down a steep slide before entering a huge cone. Here, the centripetal force mashes your head against the slide while you spin around up until you lose that momentum and get dropped a meter into a pool below. Not for the kiddies this ride...
We decided to abandon ...