Days Inn New Orleans Airport
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... bars and cafes before choosing one which had great music played by The Messy Cookers - double bass, guitar and trumpet. Very good. June was inspired to dance with Amanda whom she had befriended. We had very good chicken hamburgers and a glass of wine we left soon after 10, walked down to the tram stop and waited for nearly half an hour for the tram, chatting to all the other people waiting in the ...
... as his eyes misted. Goosebumps! The only downside was absolutely not mention of Canada even participating in the war. Next we stopped at the French Market Square in the French Quarters and enjoyed a Cafe au lait and beignets. Yummy! Our last stop was Bourbon Street. We entered the street and it did not look much different than any other street. Then walking a few minutes it all changed. We were there at around 4 p.m. so things were not as lively as they ...
... mansion in 1886.
After our drive, Casey points me to her latest culinary “find” which is the “Saint James Cheese Company”. We decide to share one of their signature sandwiches – the “IL MOSTRO” which is constructed of spicy capicola, rosemary ham, rosa salami, provolone, pickled red onions, herb/pepperoncini mayo, lettuce, tomato on Bellegarde ciabatta. We also one of their signature items – a Cheese ...
... pay a buck, get a cup with 6 dice, roll all 6 the same number and you win the pot. We played for $800 but, as was our odds, lost.
Exhausted, we headed to another dog friendly bar (this time we left Baxter at home). We didn't stay long before we took a ride with one of Logan's 610-stompers friends to get some food. We stopped at bus's broiler for great drunk food, a burger and chili dog, then made it home for the ...
... are 400 years old.
In the early 1700's an unknown settler planted 28 evenly spaced oak trees in 2 rows leading from his cottage to the Mississippi river. They are a ¼ mile long and were planted to channel the breeze from the river ...