BEST WESTERN PLUS Slidell Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... them. Just couldn't get ourselves to trying them though (we actually didn't go out to eat so that was our excuse).
On Tuesday 4/8, we left and headed for Slidell, LA where we will be staying three nights at the Pine Crest RV Park while we visit New Orleans. The park is really nice and homey - surrounded by big pine trees. The people running the park are just so nice and provided lots of information on what to ...
Cindy & I walked around NO in the rain. We did a little shopping then met Carl at Pascal Morales for lunch. The BBQ shrimp sandwich was spectacular! Afterwards Cindy and I went to the New Orleans School of Cookjng to watch a demo. Good food, but loud crowd. Dinner was on a ...
... amazing place, needless to say I could not manage dessert. Clive's strawberry shortcake apparently was fantastic (I did sneak one mouthful and I agreed). Mr B's Bistro was great food also, highlights included amazing duck pancakes, panko crusted giant shrimp, fried oysters (really popular down south and even though I love natural oysters the fried ones were pretty good), and braised rabbit. We shouldn't have been surprised by ...
... snack and Caroline and I headed out to catch the final concert of the day BeauSoleil.
5:30pm Chevron Cajun/Zydeco Showcase: BeauSoleil
Beau Soleil (French, beautiful sun) is an American musical group specializing in Cajun music. Based in Lafayette, Louisiana, the group members are brothers Michael Doucet (fiddle, vocals) and David Doucet (guitar, vocals), Jimmy Breaux (accordion), Billy Ware (percussion), Tommy Alesi (percussion), and Mitchell Reed ...
... picked out, but they didn't have any vacancies, so we continued down the road about half a mile to New Orleans East Kampground (no not a KOA). Anyway, they had a few vacancies so here we are. It was a little tight getting into the site since the ground is very wet and we didn't want to get stuck, but the sites are narrow and packed gravel and the owner/managers are very nice. Tomorrow we start doing some sight seeing on our way to Mobile, ...