New Orleans Guest House
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... and red beans and rice. I had the crawfish and prawn mardi gras pasta with an Alfredo sauce. It was not bad but, like to rest of Bourbon Steet, over-hyped and touristy, and not one we would go back to. We like to find the real heart of a place, and try to avoid too many tourist eateries where we can. Sadly, this evening fell firmly into the tourist category and we mist seek out the true experiences tomorrow.
... because chicken was so expensive there.
We had a lovely dinner though I had no corkscrew so had to push the cork into the bottle. Gone are the days when I could carry one in my purse and fly on an airplane.
It is dark now and the grounds are beautiful with lights everywhere and the sound of the fountain in front. It remains very warm and muggy with some bugs flying about making it ...
... They plane was delayed 30mins but when it turned up they turned it around quickly so we got into Dallas only 30mins late We had 3 hours in Dallas but needed it all as it took forever to get through immigration, pick up bags, go through customs, recheck out bags, get the skytrain to domestic terminal etc. Dallas is so busy its always chaos. Anyway, no issues with the smuggled Cigars, so Ian was happy. Little panic on the New Orleans leg as the ...
... fryer. The ground was absolutely covered in a thick dusting of icing sugar and everyone eating looked maniacally happy. We collected our little bag of steaming pastries and coffee and retreated to a nearby wall to taste this New Orleans classic for the first time. We were not disappointed. The beignets were incredible! Hot, soft and generously coated with powdered sugar (which promptly dropped all down our fronts and onto the floor beneath us), they were just ...
... and put our feet up. the next day we walked around the garden district went to Lafayette cementary and drove around the ninth ward to see if things looked better than they did when we were here four years ago. we went to see the energy efficient houses the hope project was doing. and than we explored the city park. the city park was wonderful. had a huge art museum , an amusement center, a story land for kids, soccer fields, tennis ...