La Dauphine B&B
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... by the tigers and watch them peacfully taking their afternoon naps. Most zoos also offer a good tour trip all through the zoo if your ft get exhausted from all the walking. If your tour child is at least three years old then this post is for you. If your child is below three and not however potty educated or an infant these questions and answers can nonetheless help you. As a former director of a prestigious preschool that acknowledged infants starting at ...
... well. Not too bad, but nothing to write home about.
We have a few beers and after finishing our meal we take a walk down to the end of the street, pop into a piano bar to listen to a few songs and then find a taxi back to the hotel. $29 for four of us - a bit more like it.
A late night, and a few beers too many, but as none of us envisage coming back here anytime soon, it had to be done. We finally get to bed around 1 am, another long day ahead o
... 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 ...
... to be honest. Second lunch and shopping in the French flea market. I couldn't help myself. They had those crepe things gluten free so I got a banana honey and cinnamon one. Worth it. The market had all sorts of interesting food I would likely never eat like gator bites. Casino walk through: pretty much the same as Vegas casinos. Nothing special... 1850 museum: ticket came free with the walking tour. In one of the main buildings either side of Jackson square. Had a lot ...
... at various local restaurants. It is a very sweet city...not too big...not too small. It was especially great to see family and to sleep in a real bed for a few nights in a row. Thanks Sue and Steve for your hospitality.
Big alligators, baby gators, turtles, herons, egrets and all manner of Spanish moss oak tree swamp critters were seen along our nature drive in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. It was great to be able to drive slowly through this ...