Courtyard New Orleans Metairie
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... cafe is big, and busy, and famous. No doubt dealing with thousands of customers each day, and they don't facilitate payment by card? So I had to do an embarrassing run across the street, and into a bar to use the ATM. Meanwhile my food was left unattended at my table. I returned and paid. The pastry was ridiculous. Deep fried sweet pastry covered with icing sugar. I emphasise the covered part. There was so much sugar you'd think it was growing on trees over here. ...
... You'd hardly notice it if there was not a sign. Looking at the maps it takes me a little bit of time to orient myself with how the river is now. What was once a narrow point and the river bent it's way infront of Vicksburg, the bend is now nothing more then a dogs leg. The spot where I stood was once close to the rivers edge, it was now in the middle of this stubby point in the river bend.
I headed back to Vicksburg to make my way to New Orleans. ...
... cemeteries with its very old masoleums. Many of them had markers with people born in the 1700's and buried in the early 1800's. Rather than walk the streets in the brisk winds we spent last evening in Harrahs Casino on the edge of the French Quarter. Its someplace that always makes Liz happy despite being under the weather. We had diinner at Harrah`s buffet which was a good way to try a great cross section of the local ...
... was complete with Saints colors on the canopy,
voodoo dolls and altars on the stage, noise makers for people to use ..
the list is endless!
with beer, jello shots, chocolate cake and other food goodies. The
whole neighborhood came and went throughout the game. We kept bouncing
from Billy's place (where we're staying) to this ...
... I took a street car that day down through the Garden District. This is a gorgeous thing to do no matter what time of year you are in New Orleans. Sit on the wooden seats, push up the window and feel the wind in your hair as you rattle down the middle of some really old streets and very upscale mansions. The difference in doing this at Halloween is seeing the way these houses have been decked out. One mansion had their entire ...
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