Bohemian Armadillo Guesthouse
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Took in Bourbon St and headed out to Frenchman St where the music clubs are.
Great architecture in this city - some dating back to late 1700's. Lots of old timber board houses painted with vibrant colours.
Worked my way back to Chatres St for lunch and then strolled my way back up Bourbon St.
Had to stop and have two ...
... the French Quarter. We were surprised at how busy it was for a Wednesday in the beginning of May. In any event, the streets were filled with people. It may be that they are left over from the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, which lasts for about eight days and ended on May 1st.
There is no shortage of bars or restaurants in these parts. The only problem is trying to decide which ones to go to. That is not a ...
We revisited Channing Tatum's restaurant "Saints and Sinners" that we found with Cath and Mac last year. It has a rare Bourbon Street sidewalk patio option and even that early, there are some wild sights. We walked and gawked again all day through the French Quarter stopping for the odd drink opportunities here and there. The first one was really cool - at Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop and Bar. It's claim to fame is being ...
... were certain people lived. He talked to us about Lois Armstrong who's mother worked in the red light district also known as Storyville , when the babies were born they were taken from their mothers and put in orphanages where he learnt to play his first instrument, where he started his career playing on the riverboats. So the weather got really ****** when we got off the cart it started raining we decided to check out the market, it's mainly just ...
... addition to being the seat of government for the entire island; During the Colonial Period, San Gervasio must have still been inhabited since pottery found there supports this theory.• The Archaeologist have worked in the investigation, consolidation and rehabilitation of material remains found in the ...