Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Kenner
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... entertained by a trumpet playing spiritual singing evangelist. The thing about the Café Du Monde is that there is only one thing on the menu: beignets (French Doughnuts). I told the waiter that we would have three to share but Linda said no, she wanted three to herself, so we had six, with coffee. Fresh, hot from the deep fat fryer with half a pound of icing sugar on top. Fantastic. Walked around the French quarter and then to Radio Shack to buy a cheap mobile phone. ...
... the reason, the above ground tombs (mausoleums) are fascinating to see. Some are very ornate; some have fallen into decay; whilst the largest contains 70 vaults.
We had dinner tonight at Three Muses - a jazz club. While the food was very good, jazz is just not a genre of music I like. However, you can't come to New Orleans and not go to a jazz club.
Friday, November 7th - We headed back into New Orleans for the day to check out the French Market and to just generally cruise the streets.
Linley got a tad carried away. I ended up buying a corner of the candy store, a dress, a tshirt and a bracelet. I think the candy cost about as much as the dress, tshirt and ...
... so we decided to head back on the riverfront streetcar. We waited 45 minutes even though the TV screen said the trolley was 12 minutes away. Obviously they shut it down with no way to alert people. I was not happy. We ended up walking back in the dark through a sea of homeless and rats. We walked up Canal as well to get the streetcar back down St Charles to the hotel. Although a cool and unique way to travel the trolley is not terribly reliable. ...
... home-cooked American pancakes. They didn't look perfect, but tasted pretty good for a first attempt.
We took the street-car to the French Quarter. The street cars are pretty cool in all aspects but temperature and were a great way to get into the main part of the city. We spent the next few hours wondering around the French Quarter including Bourbon Street...We were actually dissappointed with Bourbon Street. It has become ...