Bon Maison Guest House
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... of the French Quarter (tours aren't allowed to go through the narrow streets of that area) and on to the cemetery.
The cemetery was fascinating, in fact it was probably the best bit of the tour. The cemeteries are built up instead of down and as such are nicknamed 'Cities of the Dead'. The reason these 'cities' grew up is due to the combination of Roman Catholics burying not cremating their dead and New Orleans location with such a high water table. This ...
... s plantation is the only property that still has all its original buildings.
This is the place we came to see though Oak Alley Plantation. What a beautiful property. The trees are over 300 years old.
The gardens are beautifully maintained, with a staff of 23 full time gardeners. The grass is mowed every 2nd day rain, hail or shine whether it needs it or ...
... the hot chocolate was sooo good!
After our tummies were satisfied we made our way back to the hotel to try and get into the ballroom to search for ghosts. At first we couldn't understand why we weren't allowed in. The lady at reception said it was closed from 10pm, apparently it was well and truly after 1am! Not sure where time went!!! Once again, ghost hunting had to be put on the back burner... we WILL get into that ballroom at some stage!
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... Jazz & Heritage Festival.
His live shows draw as much attention as his material – as one critic puts it, “Eric Lindell has turned heads everywhere he’s gone, almost instantly becoming the talk of the town wherever his musical journey has taken him.” His combination of sweet, blue-eyed soul with foot-stomping R&B, swamp pop, funk and blues has won him critical and popular acclaim across the country, with reviews and features in ...
... surrounded by bacchanalian revellers had one clear task. The marchers had bought boxes of inexpensive wine and were dispensing it freely to one and all. I got to talking to one satyr (he had the nicest fur and cloven hooves) who was pulling his 15-month old son in a wagon packed with diaper changes and boxed wine. Naturally I wanted to compare his kid with Erez and we walked together and talked. Then, because he was focused ...