Sunburst Inn Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we picked up the fresh supplies needed to make our food for the rest of the week, including the ingredients for Gumbo.
A nice chilled out evening at home for us, and the boys reappeared around ten thinking it was much later than that. They came back with boas and beads, and at this point I think I need to let Alex recount their evening…
So we escaped from the heat into ...
... back to the hotel, we packed up our bags in preparation for our early departure tomorrow.
Since we were pretty full up from our walking tour, we went to meet Sean and Mike at their hotel for a small dinner (a well overdue salad) before saying goodbye and returning to our hotel. We have a flight tomorrow to Charleston via Atlanta, so we will be waking up early again (ugh). New Orleans has been a pleasant surprise for myself. I had no interest in coming here, but now I'm looking forward to coming ...
... narrow with the bar down one side. The doorman said a two drink minimum which was fine because we were definitely going to be staying. Something Jock noticed was that the longer you stay in Bourbon street, the more expensive the drinks get. They start out around $7 but can go as high as $12 or $15 after tips. The coloured front man of this band reminded me of Huggy Bear from the original Starksy and Hutch, and no not Snoop Dogg for those familiar with the Ben ...
... a lot of culture and history to this place with the French influence. A lot of art shops and museums, delicacies, with tons of bars and restaurants, a lot of which have live bands and jazz music playing throughout the day and night. If you enjoy live music you will love this place. They also have loads of street musicians as well playing away and some really great ones too. Whilst on the walking tour we also went to a shop where they have hundreds of types of ...
... jazz and Creole food! On a recommendation from the concierge (and our gut feeling after last night) we decided to ditch Bourbon Street and head on out to Frenchmen Street – a more upcoming area reminiscent of how Bourbon used to be. Once here, we popped into a bar where two men were playing in the corner of the room. While we enjoyed a couple of beers, the two men unassumingly sang and played the euphonium. The man singing had the gravelly tone of Louis Armstrong. There was ...