Days Inn New Orleans Airport
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... 8221; version of this act in our future!
After the ghost tour, I take Casey for her first stroll down Bourbon Street. Thank goodness it was Sunday night and everyone was preparing to attend midnight mass! We capped off the evening with a visit to Café Du Monde where we shared an order of Beignets. The Original Cafe Du Monde Coffee Stand was established in 1862. The Cafe is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It closes only on Christmas Day and ...
... out the place(about a 20 min walk) We walked through the Warehouse/Arts District and into the French Quarter where people come to drink and party like there is no tomorrow. You are able to drink in the street as you wander from place to place listening to live music and watching the buskers/street entertainment. It is very similar to Beale st in Memphis and Honky Tonk row in Nashville just with lots more bars (there are a few streets) amongst ...
... a few miles south of New Orleans. A close call indeed.
Our relatives from Washington Parish were not at the front lines which we saw at the historical park, but at the Line Dupres- a plantation between the Line Jackson at Chalmette, and the city of New Orleans. They were the first line of defense. One family story claims that young Beasley Campbell and his friends feasted on Andrew Jackson's Christmas turkey ...
... Even more lamentable was Bourbon Street. Tacky , with live sex shows and lots of badly amplified **** r and b bands. The home of jazz has wandered pretty far from its classic roots. The streets were full of inebriated revellers who all gave off the desperate air of people pretending they were having a good time and not convincing any body. It was also a wee bit lairy with gangs of State Troopers (the ones with old school ...
... a free glass of wine and some hors d'oeuvres at my conference and walked from Canal street to the cathedral where we attended Mass.
Another night people watching on the balcony while enjoying wine and snacks - everyone was still full from lunch. This night, we saw a man in a cape enter the gay bar across the street from our hotel. Soon we ...