Comfort Suites New Orleans
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... at the markets for a leisurely stroll,
Getting coffee and magnets was our main goal.
From there into the city for a long, long roam,
Checked out museums, the mint and the Superdome.
We ended up back at the water, ready for some food,
Some jazz and a cocktail got us in the mood.
We got a taster plate full of the local cuisine,
Jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish with rice and bean.
... you out right at the gate. It was hard to get to but thanks to the directions from a kind woman at a gas station up the road we made it inside! The newer tombs are upfront and we made our way to the back. I will say I was not as impressed as I thought I would be but it was nice. I think the more historic areas of the city have the cooler cemeteries but I was concerned with the crime level there and so we opted for this as it was definitely ...
... local we have spoken too when we ask them what they recommend in terms of a 'true New Orleans experience'. They say it's where we will see the best blues/jazz clubs, get the best food and meet the best southern people. It's more off the radar than bourbon st is, and the local vibe isn't ruined there. It's supposed to be a much more authentic New Orleans experience as opposed to a tourism based strip like bourbon st.
Frenchmen street lived up to its name. ...
... if we were in the right place when we realised everyone was actually in a queue to be seated, and everyone said it was worth the wait. So wait we did...for 40 minutes. We ordered the fried chicken, the jambalaya and the gumbo. To be honest we have mixed reviews ourselves...
James really liked it, I thought the chicken tasted pretty much like any fried chicken, in fact probably not quite as good as KFC! The rabbit in the jambalaya was nice, but overall ...
... of its original structure.
The original owner of the land (Duparc) had to petition the president of the time (Jefferson) for land which he was granted along the Mississippi where the plantation stands today. All the stories told on the tour are from the Memoirs of Laura which were found in France after her death. All plantations along the Mississippi had been painted white over the years but original Creole buildings were very colourful.