Little Eazy Guest House
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Took in Bourbon St and headed out to Frenchman St where the music clubs are.
Great architecture in this city - some dating back to late 1700's. Lots of old timber board houses painted with vibrant colours.
Worked my way back to Chatres St for lunch and then strolled my way back up Bourbon St.
Had to stop and have two ...
... and lemon infused vodka. Both were very good.
The part of the menu we chose from included soup or salad, entrée and dessert. The prices were not too bad, at $42 and $43 for our meals. Cheryl chose a Louisiana white shrimp dish with a salad. I chose crawfish etouffee with the turtle soup. They also serve their homemade garlic bread with the meal. When the assistant brought the bread and set it down next to Cheryl, Todd ...
... day was buying salt water taffy! If you haven't seen the episode of Friends where Ross eats a whole lot of taffy then you need to! Cat, Jayde and Aaron - I know you would have seen it! It's interesting. Just flavoured chewy candy really. They do a neapolitan flavour which is quite delicious. Tastes just like the ice cream! We picked out all the liquorice ones. Will find an innocent bystander to palm them off too. It's officially been ...
... nearby cemetery where a local guide offered to give us a walking tour. There was quite an interesting history behind the cemetery as there were mainly above ground tombs, due to the flooding that occurs in the area. There were also family tombs where entire generations were buried.
When we took the trolley car back, it was totally packed! There was nowhere to sit for most of the stops, but fortunately we were smart enough to know where to disembark. Since we were feeling ...
... in the highest zoom. Jock is swearing at his mobile camera, and I'm trying to explain that you don't take landscapes with a zoom lens but then give up. Let him swear. He's having a great holiday. This is wicked he offers. He's smiling like he's won friggan Lotto and really thats my birthday present. His happiness. To get him off that deck in Tauranga, and in a Mustang mowing down some bridges and culture. New Orleans awaits. We were having quite the ride... but the ride was yet to ...