Sunburst Inn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Louis Armstrong – “Satchmo”. The start of the “civil rights” movement........was not begun on a bus with Rosa Parks, but rather with a black fellow named Homer Adolph Plessey who was arrested for riding on a Whites only train....back in 1892. We rode by the oldest above ground cemetery in New Orleans and learned about their long standing environmental and respectful way of doing the ashes to ashes...dust to dust part of people’s ...
The next morning we were up bright and early so that we could get a quick look at the French Quarter before heading to our first cooking class on our trip at the Langlois Culinary Crossroads cooking school. Here we were shown how to make gumbo, jambalaya and bread pudding. We loved our two chefs, Mel and Amy, however we both agreed it would have been nice to be able to do more hands on cooking, whereas here while there were volunteers doing ...
... met some rather unsavoury characters, but it was quite exciting to be in a real police station. The desk sergeant thought it was hilarious that we had lost two pairs of glasses in as many weeks, and even funnier that the lost glasses were a replacement to the original lost pair. However, he did give us a recommendation for dinner and so we forgave his mirth and left the building!
... and maple syrup is offensive, but they see it differently and I have no recourse to challenge it. It's really no wonder that people hate travelling here. Not everyone is a threat. Oh, and by the way, there have been 2 mass shootings here in the last 3 days, and you can buy guns at Walmart, but my maple and blueberry syrup are somehow more dangerous. Is no body going to address that elephant in the ...
... for the universities in the city and so there was no accomodation. After hours of searching we gave up and drove to the nearest town (Slitter, 40 mins away) for the night whilst we sorted out accomodation in New Orleans for the next few days.
Slitter, was an unusual place, somewhere where you could imagine a horror movie being filmed and the locals were just as strange. After an uncomfortable encounter in a ´daiquiri bar´ I treated Louisa to ...