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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
On Wednesday we drove from Austin to New Orleans in great time. That night we went to see Ryan Monbleau and Martin Sexton at the House of Blues. After that we walked around Bourbon Street, which was crazy to say the least.
The next day we took a tour of the Stern Mansion, which was pretty cool. Their garden was beautiful. Next we walked around …
... feature of the city. We head straight to the Capitol building to see what is going on there. It’s a huge building, with 48 steps leading up to the front door – each step has the name of a state and when they were admitted to the United States. At the time of building, Alaska and Hawaii wasn’t part of the US, so they were added later to the top step. The building has a viewing platform that is many stories high – one of the highest ...
... s fine, I'm used to that! Mum and Michael had some traditional Cajun food, Gumbo and Jambalaya, which they said was beautiful! Then we arrived in New Orleans at our lovely, well located hotel. We stepped out for a walk around the French Quarter and I immediately fell in love with this town. There is something about the vibe of the music, architecture, history and soul that you can't help but love. We stopped for dinner and then found a Jazz bar ...
... I was a bit nervous that we had been put on the stand-by list (apparently US airlines overbook all of their flights because there are always people who don't show up!!!!!!) Not sure if it was the case or if they were just allocating seats (you can choose your seats when you book your flights) but we were given tickets with seats after i went up to the desk
A few hours later and we were in New Orleans. bloody hell the ...
... Bollocks, we nailed our second and preceded to have 5 more as the night progressed. We were recommended a different area to check out by our waitress called Frenchmen's Street. It has a number of bars and is less frequented by tourists and more popular with the locals. We saw a fantastic folk band at The Blue Nile Bar whose lead singer had a voice resembling Ben Harper. From there, we moved further up the street and upon hearing what appeared to be a brass band in ...
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