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Kurz vor einer Abmahnung beim Frühstück. Das fängt ja gut an. Wir haben uns erdreistet erst um 8:29 Uhr im Frühstücksraum aufzuschlagen. Oh dear! Es ist extrem schwül draußen. Gut dass unser heutige Programm keine riesige Aktion vorsieht. wir bleiben in der unmittelbaren Nähe im Garden District, der bereits …
... real southern bell. She had the accent, manner and soft voice which was once intrinsic to this area.
We also saw an alligator which had a run in with hi-way traffic and met it's demise. I wanted Emile to stop so we could get some tail steaks for dinner. Alas he refused to do so. Instead we had shake and bake chicken. A whole fryer costs about 5 dollars. I remember being shocked when I returned to Canada ...
... coast-to-coast, Big Al and the Heavyweights captivates their audiences with the unique infusion of blues and New Orleans’s traditional Cajun, along with spice from other music styles.
We were honestly expecting to see the same Big Al with just a different back up band and were surprised to see 5 old white guys on stage. I tell you though, they rocked it out and the harmonica player was wearing the most flamboyant vest I have ever seen. ...
... be nearby. We definitely didn’t want to go outside the tent and look. Eventually it moved off, and we fell back into an uneasy sleep…. We awoke to a chilly morning, and upon leaving the tent were confronted with the remains of last nights’ dinner – and a pair of socks - strewn over the ground. We’d put the wrappers (and the holey socks) in the elevated dustbin on the pitch, and securely fastened the lid. The lid was now on the ...
... split two orders of the best beignets ever at Cafe du Monde. Oh those are delicious!
My Mom’s visit came to an end, and we left a few short days later for Austin. We had some wonderful times with our friends on our last two nights. It was hard not to cry as we said goodbye to people we had only really met six weeks earlier, but suddently it felt as though we were leaving home and leaving friends we’d had as long as we could remember. Wild Bill, ...
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