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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... it upon himself to befriend the mysterious bird/duck creature by following it around. He followed this creature for a few minutes sometimes walking in circle but eventually walking away from the pond down a small dirt path where the creature eventually disappeared in the brush and Jack gave up. But much to our surprise once Jack started to walk back towards the group a flock of these birds flew/waddled out and started trying to attack Jack. They continued to ...
... In 2007, Colin began recording and touring and in September of that year, he won the Telluride Blues Competition. Influenced heavily by the late Chris Whitley, Lake has also become known for mature songwriting and honest, dynamic delivery.
In Early 2009, Lake left Portland, embarking on a one-way tour that would end in New Orleans, Louisiana. Colin arrived late one evening with no place to live and few prospects. It wasn’t long, however, before his powerful ...
... in New Orleans! We then had some time to kill, so we decided to grab lunch at the Clover Bar and Grill. It wasn’t much to look at from the outside but on the inside it was great! Very reminiscent of the greasy spoons back home. We took a seat along the counter so we got a little show watching all the guys cook. One of them came out with the line "Don’t say that, you know how I get when I’m hungry". The burgers we had were delicious, they steamed the cheese under ...
... we settled for a nap first before heading out to the city. When planning this holiday, I had no desire whatsoever to see New Orleans, mainly due to the city's reputation for crime. I certainly didn't see any example of it anywhere we went.
The city was surprisingly cold tonight. Since this holiday involved seeing the Deep South and the Caribbean, I only packed two pairs of jeans and one jumper, which I'm now wondering was the right thing to do. The French Quarter was ...
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 ...