The Parisian Courtyard Inn
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We then found a barber and I got a nice shave and a hair cut. After my haircut, we headed to the city park and then to get some desserts to bring back to the hotel. On the way back we hit up a close place to eat called Daisy Dukes Express. We though this place would be a dive but the food was actually the best we had since we been in New Orleans. After dinner, we went back to the hotel had desserts and finally to bed.
When making travel arrangements, we extended our stay in New Orleans to return on Monday so we could indulge in a hearty Sunday jazz buffet brunch at The Court of Two Sisters. I could barely walk out of there! My favorites included (but certainly not limited to) the shrimp gumbo, the crispy bacon, bread pudding and bananas foster. I had to truly pace myself, but ate as much as I ...
New Orleans: Art $80
-bracelet (cloth on beach) $1
-coral stolen from the ocean
-wooden bowl $30 (bartered)
-wooden earrings $8
-Coffee liqueur, fruit liquer $20
-Tequila (3 bottles) $30
-Margaritavilla (tshirt for dad and myron) $39
-Tshirts, vanilla extract, tequila ...
... back to the B&B stopping at the Blacksmith Shop which is the oldest continually serving bar in the US. We got back and rested up before heading out for dinner at a restaurant called Eat. Well this was our first disappointment. The restaurant was BYO but we did not know so we drank water. The food was very ordinary, for starters we had Devilled Egg with Bacon, that was ok. For mains, John had the BBQ Shrimp but I had the Crawfish Pie and Butter beans and Shrimp both ...
... family: monospace; font-size: 13.333333969116211px; line-height: normal;">We visited art galleries on Royal Street and saw vast quantities of work we could easily have brought home with us, but sadly lack of space prevented us buying all but two small prints of jazz singers. Then it was off to the main event - Bourbon Street. Famed across the world for the jazz and party scene, the street has become synonymous with the good times to be had in the city. The bright lights ...