Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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... pieces of meat, and shredded spinach. I was tasting tomato as well. Very good. So much so that even though I wasn't particularly hungry, I mopped up the remains with some of the tasty bread that came with meal.
There was a guy playing violin in front of the cathedral when I entered the restaurant. By the time I left he'd been joined by a guy on an African drum and another violinist. The sun had just set and a half moon was hanging over the park. A soft breeze was ...
... or credit then changed his tune. I am sure a lot of seedy **** goes on so I chalked it up to that.
So the hotel wouldn’t let us check in at 2:30 unless we paid an "early check in fee" which is total ********. I have never heard of that and it left a bad taste in my mouth. So we waited for our “official” check in. I overheard her tell some people they could get in the room at 3 but she told me check in was 4 so I waited til 330 ...
... was only one bathroom per floor and then we were ready to hit the town. We headed to the Gumbo Shop for dinner where obviously we tried gumbo and me and Mel shared a bottle of wine. Then we hit bourbon street ready to try the famous Grenade - New Orleans most powerful drink and that it was. It was green and came and disgusting. We opted for the frozen variation so it was slightly less disgusting. We then wondered up and ...
... with Monique as our driver. She told us interesting stories about her own life.
Friday morning we took an early shuttle to downtown, so that we could have breakfast at the famous Café du Monde. Breakfast, of course, consisted of three beignets shared between us. During the ride into town we were given an excellent tour of the Garden District, so for the afternoon we decided to take a ...
... also invited a lady traveling by herself who is from California to join us. Dinner was marvelous! Lots of free wine...fresh fish and bread pudding for dessert. Obviously my vegetarian diet went by the wayside.
The boat set sail a few minutes after 9:00 and I got a nice pic of the bridge as we passed it. I was pooped not too long after and called it a night. Kateva had been asleep for a couple hours by then. ...