Little Eazy Guest House
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... was fantastic. And we saw it all on bikes...with 10 other folks and a tour guide that was as unconventional and enjoyable as he was knowledgeable about his home town. He loved his New Orleans...and so did we! So....to finish our visit to New Orleans.....we had some great “zombie” neighbours on our first trip into the city and we had some very different "zombie” neighbours on our way back out to the campground at the end of our final day. Not only had ...
... the other couples on the trip were also travelling around the US and they recommended that while in New Orleans we definitely should do a swamp tour. Once we got back to the French Quarter we popped into the Marriott in search of free internet and booked ourselves on the next available swamp tour which would collect us in 45 minutes outside of our hotel.
We were picked up shortly before 3pm and driven out to the swamps for our 2 hour tour that would ...
... not only by the smell of vomit that permeated the street, but by the huge quantity of "alternative entertainment provisions" - gentlemen to clubs, exotic dance clubs and, my favourite, "live love clubs - men and women."
I have been told that, ten to fifteen years ago, Bourbon Street was a haven ...
We met up with some writing friends from Florida today. Chris and his lovely girlfriend arrived in a tiny yellow Fiat loaded with bakery made donuts. Together we all walked down a few blocks to St Louis Cemetery No.1.
The cemetery is different form those in our own country and is interesting because it's inmates are largely interred above ground, rather than below it. It is New Orleans' ...
... we listened to more live music than we thought was possible and ate and drank like king and queens. We also managed to fit in a bit of sight seeing, learnt about some of the towns history and visted an old sugar plantation further up the Mississippi.
We left New Orleans slightly worse for wear and a few kilos heavier, but can honestly say it is one of the most fascinating destinations we have been, a place every one should try and visit just once!!