Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter
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Had a lovely meal here, tried Cajun food, delicious.
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... street for dinner and then Bourbon street for drinks. It wasn't a large night but was the last night out so we tried to do another bar hop. Myself and Cass easily out drunk the lads and left them out as we wanted to get up and do a few last minute things in the morning before heading out on the train. We woke up, packed up and headed for 'Du Nords,' the best coffee and donut place in New Orleans. We lined up for 20 minutes and the place was packed. We got some warm donuts with ...
... their splendor and character were my favorite part of the Garden District and Uptown. Audubon Park was a close second. It is very peaceful here, with long walking and biking paths and a golf course, and magnificent trees all around. I wanted to walk the entire park, but ran out of time, so, with very tired dogs, hopped back onto the St. Charles Streetcar.
FYI - the afternoon rides on the St. Charles Streetcar tend to be VERY crowded. When ...
... fans (they played Sunday) you could see New Orleans had many football fans. On Thursday our first night in town the U of L Marching Band went down Bourbon Street as we were walking around. At the time we did not know the "Ragin Cajun's" were playing in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday. Heck we only found that out when some one offered to sell us tickets as we walked to see the Superdome. As a side note I must admit i like the smartphone in that sometimes it's nice ...
... after this are on their way to Vegas, then California. Funny. Preservation Hall is packed (as I think it is every night) and the group is made up of old blokes who have been around a time or two. I love this old jazz.
I will be sad to leave New Orleans. This southern hospitality and food is hard to beat. I have to say though it is definitely a town of the have and have-nots. We have seen a lot of homeless, disabled and very poor people. Despite that, we ...
We went on a morning tour of Oak Alley Plantation.
The van was late to arrive and they asked us to walk up a block to Rampart St because they said they could not drive down our street but we saw their vans all over. We had to switch vans at some point. The drive is long and costs more than the plantation.
Oak Alley is in a majestic setting. The slave quarters exhibit is ...