Americas Best Value Inn-New Orleans/Gretna
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... accosted on the street several times. The street people are far more brazen, that being said, no one has pushed me to the point where I needed to tell them to **** off or run away. If I could offer a piece of advice it would be don't visit this place by yourself. A lot like Vegas, in a city where the major attraction is to drink up a storm, it's a difficult place to be as a female solo traveller. Bourbon St is completely off limits after ...
... but alas, it had been cancelled so we strolled along a few back streets and caught a tram car back. Ventured out at about 7 pm for dinner and music, waited for a full 25 minutes for an enormous freight train to pass so that we could cross the road. The train and tram car lines go through he Hilton Hotel complex. Then caught a tram to the French Quarter and walked along Frenchmen Street peering into all ...
... I bought a voodoo doll made of calico and stuffed with cotton from Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo. Marie Laveau (1794-1881) was the most famous voodoo queen in New Orleans.
Pip and Wayne arrived back at the Jazz Quarters the same time I did. Wayne has a small travel bag of new clothes. And guess what... Wayne's bag has arrived. Murphy's law!
This afternoon we caught the bus to Canal Street and then the St. ...
... day, so no alligators were sighted. There was plenty of birdlife and lots of Cyprus trees adorned with Spanish Moss.
A duck hide was in the middle of the bayou. I could imagine some strange things happening in that swamp and thought how difficult it would be to find your way out. Consequently we were extremely polite to our guide and driver.
... fish bites with Cajun stuffing drizzled with remoulade. The band started playing and the female singer crooned "They Can't Take That Away a From Me" into an old 1950's style mike, followed by a version of "Fly me to the Moon".
The craw fish arrived; six falafel sized balls, crispy on the outside, fluffy and creamy on the inside. The only thing I didn't particularly like was the remoulade, which tasted like Mayo to me. Not as good as the Gumbo at Marigny, but not bad. ...