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... Creole food. The clerk gave us a page with instructions for a nearby establishment and off we went. Unfortunately, when we got there it turned out to be more of a local bar than restaurant, with higher prices than we were ready to pay, so we went to Cracker Barrel for supper (yumm!).
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