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... it up and moved it to my side of the table and briskly told the assistant that she had an allergy.
The turtle soup was really good. Of course, the spices used in this kind of cooking make everything taste good so it could just as well have been ground gopher gizzards. No, really. Cheryl said her salad was really good and had mixed greens with blueberries, blackberries, candied pecans, cucumber and radish.
One thing we ...
The campgrounds were full, so we stayed in the city. No magnificent backyard here, but we still had a good time. The French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Jackson Square and the French Market are all something to see with all of the bustle. We walked by the State Supreme Court building that had bunches of people being held captive on the steps and hustled by people doing acrobatics in ...
... New Orleans cemetery 1 , it was much bigger originally but they had to move allot of the bodies to another cemetery, this is the oldest continuously running cemetery in all of Louisiana and it's so different to the cemetery's we have in Australia. all the family members are buried in the same above ground tomb, the tomb itself will self cremate the body leaving only the bones due to the temperatures in summer it turn it into a oven , after a year and 1 day ...
... used, which is shaped like an inverted staircase, common on the east coast. "The Arch" dates from the Post Classic period ( 1200-1650 A.D.).
... This time I did get to glimpse the Natchez even though it was far away. We then had dinner at Dragos, another recommendation based on their fabulous oysters. I also got to try Corn Maque Choux which was amazing!! I think I have tried several new things each day of this trip! I hate oysters yet I have had them 2 nights in a row and LOVED them. This town knows how to do an oyster just let me tell you. I had another red fish as well. ...