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Pricks; there, I said it. TSA and there stupid travel rules. We are not all terrorists. I should take you back to how this all started. We checked in this morning st Savannah airport for our flight to New Orleans via Atlanta. I had bought a bottle of wild blueberry syrup in Maine that I was concerned would break in my luggage. I also had 4 small bottles of maple syrup that I had got in Vermont from a small family ...
Hello New Orleans! We arrived at around lunchtime to warm weather and excitement about what the next few days had to offer. Our hotel was right in the heart of the action on the corner of Bourban and Canal streets, the famous French Quarter of this great city. After dropping our bags in the room it was down to the concierge desk to get some advice on how best to use the next few days. We booked a city tour for the afternoon, but first it was off to a popular bar on ...
Our camp ground is Two blocks away from the french quarter ( FQ) compared too hotel and parking that you pay for the campground at$88 a nite is great.It's very clean the sites are paving stones clean niecist so far.
Our first meal at a bar playing soft jazz, was peices of aligator breaded and deeped fried not bad at all with a side of cheeze frys they were the best I ...
... and had a look at the cemeteries. When we arrived in New Orleans, driving down the Main Street in the airport shuttle bus I was amazed at how many cemeteries there were and the size of the head stones!
I also tried some alligator sausage. Pretty much just tasted like a very tender beef sausage. Hard to really say what alligator tasted like just from eating that since it was in a gumbo with a heap of spices. The gumbo was very similar to a crockpot meal ...
... down only 5 or 6 fit and hit water! Our driver also pointed out Mother's, his favourite place to eat - which has now become ours too!
Listening to his advice we headed there about 6 for dinner (apparently the line to get in there can extend around the building at peak times!). You look at the menu, order and pay for your food and then sit down. I had the gumbo and Josh had a Po' boy , which is a roll with meat pickles cheese ...
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