Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... Our favorite place was Cafe Du Monde, home of the famous Beignets and Chicory coffee. For those of you not familiar with Beignets (pronounced ban yay), they are delicious little squares of soft dough, deep fried, covered in powdered sugar and served hot with a Cafe Au Lait. So good! We splurged two days in a row. Jackson Square is in the heart of the French Quarter, with the St Louis Cathedral in the background. There is a statue of Andrew ...
... again! Hurricane, Planter Punch and Mint Julip. There were 2 combinations of pianists and when the first pair returned we listened to a few more tunes and decided to move on. We went to the Gumbo Shop (recommended by the Information Centre) and had some traditional food. Okra and shrimp gumbo and Shrimp Creole. Interesting but not brilliant. Exhaustion set in and a taxi took us home.
... which is one of the lowest points in New Orleans and consequently was the hardest hit by hurricane Katrina. Henry pointed out brown stains about 11 feet high on a metal light post which marked the high point of the flooding in this particular street. There are still houses that have not been repaired and have the marks panted on the front walls left by the rescue crews to let others know when the house was checked and whether they found any bodies inside. Henry pointed out that ...
We listened to some really good jazz while we were eating a buffet dinner of gumbo, catfish, pastas, salads, and then their specialty of caramel bread & butter pudding.
It was a lovely view of the city and bridge on the way back. A short stroll back to the hotel to walk off dinner ended another busy day.
... a very impressive tour of the whole ship and nearby museum.
This morning, after a leisurely breakfast, we decided to pack up the tent and move on to New Orleans. Again, we are camping at a KOA. We plan to spend 3 nights here. The fun begins tonight when we take a shuttle into the city. We have been told that it's Jazz Festival Weekend, so we should expect a wild and crazy time. ...