Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter
Had a lovely meal here, tried Cajun food, delicious.
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... as pointing us in the direction of where everyone was getting these fancy looking drinks that they were carrying around. It may have only been 3 o’ clock in the afternoon but that didn’t stop the people of New Orleans. Plus I was wearing a Larry Bird Jersey so I had to rep the Bostonian drunkard stereotype and we sought out to find these mysterious green drinks
referred to as hand grenades. Two blocks later it was quite apparent that we were ...
... many things as possible. Speck found aligator crawfish cheesecake, Tyler a duck po-boy, Megan grits and cajunfied chicken and Nate returned with his favorite, butter beans and pilaf. Bathrooms were a bit of a challenge in that they never stopped cleaning one of them, so Speck waited in line for 15 minutes at café Du monde to use their facilities. Preservation Hall Brass Band, Ellis Marsalis.
Down Decatuer to Chevron Zydeco stage Big Easy Playboys. Here a hidden ...
Happy Valentine's Day dear readers!
It was a beautiful day in New Orleans today, lovely and warm with the sun shining. We headed back down to the French Market to get some apple beignets and let the guys have a look around. Pete and Jake were tasked with choosing their Christmas decoration for Hayley’s tree and have gone for a photo frame so their presence is definitive rather than symbolic.
Got a ...
... INCREDIBLE. The jazzed up the whole room and the music pulsed through your body so naturally it was near impossible not to get up and dance. So we did, all night, but only after we had hit up the Mac N Cheese bar! Even Cinda and Allen made the trip for Meg's wedding, so we made sure to save some dances for them (Cinda recruited me to W&L, but retired before I arrived that fall). Post reception, we tried to rally at the Carousel Bar, but ...
... night to maximise our comfort. Finding East on the iPhone lets us know where the Sun is going to rise in the morning and therefore allows us to specifically calculate the optimum non-roasting position to park. Put simply, park to the West of anything that will provide shade. A quick assessment of the prevailing wind direction and a slight angling of Bruce maximises natural ventilation through him. Sorted. Sort of...