La Dauphine B&B
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... Our driver was born in New Orleans so he knew plenty about the area.
We toured around while being shown some beautiful old buildings and learning about the area. He reminded us that the French Quarter is not just a tourist attraction, but that people work and live here as well. I asked him where he suggested I purchase beignets, and he told us about a place called Café du Monde. In fact, he ended our ride there, dropping us ...
After a few days rest with little car time, we started off on another eight hour trek into Louisiana for our two night stay in New Orleans. The bilingual content on road signs changed from English/Spanish in Texas to English/French as we crossed the Louisiana state border.
On another good Wahle recommendation, we checked in at the quaint Prytania Park Hotel, close to the business district and one block south of the famous St. ...
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... I could sit in a cemetery all day long and just soak in its other worldly qualities. To spend a moment wondering about the people buried there. But I visit again and again.
After our stroll through the tombstones we decided to take the streetcar back to the hotel. At first I wanted to go to City park but Jym could see I was quite distressed by the heat and so we returned to the hotel to freshen up. We then ...
... getting restless with St. Louis Cathedral being all French.
So having read that, we decided to go look at the Louis Cathedral for ourselves. A wedding had just finished, and a junior jazz band was playing outside as the bridal party emerged from the Cathedral. It was very colourful and musical.
I'd been told by other friends that the creole cooking was a must here, so we managed to find a restaurant ...