Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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... my phone. I needed to relieve myself but they are cunning about the restrooms, and free traffic soiling them. And the ones that aren't concerned you wouldn't want to be a female wanting a clean sit me down. Ewww. So I spy this cigar shop... It was a difficult moment. The whole trip until now, we'd been together, but I don't normally travel with a chaperone. I wanted to use my street smarts and my savvy. Have you got your phone on you Jock? Yeah why? Because I'm leaving you. ...
Today I decided I needed some nice food, I'm always told that New Orleans has the best food. So I found somewhere called Ruby's on the central end of Magazine Street, it was a rather ambitious breakfast: Catfish, poached egg, spinach, tomatoes, skewer of shrimp and grits. It was good, the shrimp weren't very nice ...
... yet!) We found a great bar with a balcony above, the doors were open to the street, and we had front row bar stools to all the craziness happening outside. (BTW, you DO NOT have to flash for beads!) There was a lot of bead throwing action just a few feet away and my bro collected as many as his neck would hold…..He had a grand time (make sure you check out the pic of him and his beads!)
The next day was Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras. Now it is ...
... long day we navigate our way off the interstate to Maison de Macarty. Bearing in mind this is Christmas Day we were welcomed with open arms by Dr Warren Fraser and his friends and family. The food was excellent, lovely wine and lots of entertainment in the form of stories. Warren was an excellent host and I am so glad I brought over the tea towel and fridge magnet. We finally retired to bed with full bellies and a warm sense of ...
... all offering a vastly different vibe of live Jazz/Soul/Blues music.
The following morning, we got off to a very late start due to me over indulging the previous night and feeling a little worse for wear. We slowly wandered around the city checking out the famous ‘Bourbon Street’, indulging in beignets (deep fried French pastries), watching street entertainers, checking out an historic Spanish church, and visiting a French market - where Matt had ...