Little Eazy Guest House
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... It wad served in a rum and cream sauce. Delicious. A great final taste of this amazing culinary city.
A guy was playing blues in the store alcove opposite the Monteleone while I waited for my ride to the airport. He's been there every day since I arrived. Probably there every day. He's good so I ran across the road and dropped a dollar in his bucket. Least I can do for serenading me out of the hotel every morning and in again when I got home every evening.
... we grabbed a taxi and headed for our hotel, right in the heart of the French Quarter. The taxi ride took us over bayous, along the swampy shores of the lakes surrounding the city and finally into the ornate French Quarter itself. Edged by stunning three and four story buildings, each with ornate, wrought iron balconies, the streets are narrow and cross cross the quarter with evocatively French-sounding names.
... since it wasn’t Mardi Gras. As soon as we turned on Canal Street the crosswalks were in full use and the town was hoppin’ for a Monday night. We weaved through a few of the streets, like the hotel concierge recommended, and parked near a secure garage on Conti Street. The “No Parking” signs were difficult to understand so we asked a man, who appeared local, if this was an okay place to park and he agreed. We were parked a few steps ...
... t help but be impressed when the train got to the lakey parts north of New Orleans. The railway ran pretty much across the lakes , with the water more or less right up to the rails. I think I saw a turtle.
When we got to New Orleans, we rolled out to the street cars which took us right around to Rampart St., just about a block away from our hotel. When we walked into the Wyndham Garden Baronne Plaza, ...
... in my ear and continued to try and enjoy the music. It wasn't until a guy came to my other side looking to charge his phone at the bar and the ensuing conversation that they then had over me that I became annoyed. He was loud too. And she told him that he was needlessly loud. I thought that was a little rude, but she said 'I'm not trying to be rude' so that makes it ok right? He said he needed to get his phone charged cause it was likely he'd be sleeping in his car this night and ...