Baymont Inn & Suites Marrero
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... she moved into a beautifully appointed house on the corner of one of the streets with her husband, children and many, many slaves. A little background on slaves too; New Orleans was slightly different to other states at the time because they had a 'code'. Yes, slaves were your property, however, it was your responsibility to look after your property. Slaves were given one day a week off to earn money, or observe their own religion and generally be treated with ...
****** weather during the day. We walked around looking for an umbrella. Bike tour got cancelled due to bad weather. Went to the Oysterfest and for a walk down Frenchman street. Went to Harrahs casino and played for about an hour. Did one last walk down Bourbon Street before going back to hotel for early flight out to ...
... and the rest of the band picked up the slack. There was a horn, slide trombone and base fiddle that carried the others. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We trundles down Bourbon street for a bit then separated from our younger companions to return to the hotel where we cooled off in the pool then settled in for the night.
A truly fantastic experience here in New Orleans!!!
11:00am GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: Diablo's Horns
Diablo’s Horns- New Orleans Brass Band Funk, Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Tejano and a little local humor thrown in.
Only catching the last 20 minutes of their set we were kicking ourselves for not getting there sooner. They did several rock and blues covers but used a tuba instead of a bass guitar or upright bass. "Come Together, riiight nooowww... Over Me" feels so much different when ...
... they send the aforementioned street cleaning truck down the street twice a day.
It feels like we have stepped into war zone. One in which a battle has recently been waged, with the walking wounded staggering around, while the victims from last night are all tucked up in their beds sleeping off their injuries. Well if you can't beat them, i guess you have to join them. Pretty much everyone we had spoken to about New Orleans had mentioned two places, Pat O'Briens and Cafe ...