The Parisian Courtyard Inn
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... sure if it was damaged during Katrina and just left abandoned or what. The area did house several new housing units, presumable to replace the ones left behind. We finally found our way back to the road we needed to get home and had an uneventful ride home.
All in all, a good day. More adventures will follow tomorrow as we set out for a close up look at the Garden District and French Quarter. So much for being short, huh?
... in desperate need of paint and repairs in many cases....some look as if they might fall over at any minute...many dating back to the 18 th century. History of fires in the quarters were numerous. There is so much history in the classic looks of the New Orleans homes with their fancy wrought iron railings on balconies and heavy shutters on doors and windows. The house we are staying in has three apartments each with its own bath, ...
... walking as early as 7:30 at night...... So wow that was freaky we had felt so relaxed walking down the streets and ally's at night not even considering something like that could happen in such a beautiful place... Well we would be more careful at night now. that's all for the 18th, blog to follow for our trip to the Aquarium our horse (mule) carriage tour around French quarter and dinner in Frenchman street. Thanks everyone who still reads our journey :) Katie & ...
... were decorated with bands, spirals and red colored hand prints. "The Alamo" was during the Post Classic period.
... and a clam stew) and enjoy some local beer. I get talking to Anna Maria who is originally from New York but has now retired to NO. She talks to us for ages about the great places to catch music and good food. She lives on Frenchman Street and recommends we spend more of our time there than in the more touristy French Quarter. She gives us her phone number in case we have any more questions while we are here- talk about hospitality!
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