Maison de Macarty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... go back. I did see a few pockets that had been worst affected by the floods when Miss Josephine cut through her neighbourhood on the way back to pick people up. She said many of those houses had been under 14feet of water. You could tell despite the years things are still very raw for the people. 'Most people will walk around New Orleans with a smile on there faces, but inside there is a lot happening. We are still healing, it still hurts'. Some houses still have ...
... and bought some cough medicine.
The food tour began at 1pm at Serio’s Deli in St Charles Street on the American side of Canal. Good sized group of around 16 people and the guide, Lyndel, was very funny and told some great stories about all the places visited. We started with a meat, cheese and olive salad Muffaletta - salami, mortadella, provolone and green and black chopped olives between two thick pieces of bread. Good start.
We crossed Canal and entered ...
... to set up camp in the last bits of daylight, albeit rainy. The smokies are known for their mists and beautiful landscapes, and it was bear country again, our last chance to spot a bear. We went on a 6 hour hike, as we were coming down, by the picnic park, Tom turns to me and says, " there is a bear, just be calm" I first thought he was joking but instantly saw it about 10 meters away from us. He was aware of us but continued to looked for berries. We ran back to ...
... and learnt about how local people live. In the afternoon we sampled another local drink called a Hurricane, as it was raining. On the way back to our hotel it was raining hard but it was warm so we decided to literally go dancing in the rain through Jackson square......amazing moment! Strangley enouh we then saw a plaque in a shop window that summed it up 'Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance ...
... a Moscow Muel, Hurricane, Sazerac, an Absinthe cocktail (I can't remember the name of it), Pimms Cup and Ramos Gin Fizz. The only one I liked was the Hurricane! I think the Absinthe was the least popular... Bleeeeh. Although it was interesting learning about the Absinthe ban that lasted 13 years here in the States! Good riddance I say. I also learnt, that despite what I had learned on my European travels that Absinthe did not originate in Prague??? During ...