Clarion Inn & Suites Conference Center
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... why that is a bad idea.... The 45 minute bus trip was filled with commentary from the lovely tour guide. Very knowledgable but unfortunately has a habit to tell stories like a Gillett. Lots of side tracking, lots of 20 minutes to get back to the point he was trying to make in the first place. Luckily, we managed a quick coffee and bite at the first stop, which meant he was much more likeable and my ...
Cafe Maspero is where Stacy and I each enjoyed our very first New Orleanean meals, albeit on separate occasions. We are back here for lunch and they have been tremendously accommodating with a window table for us and Ichabod. He's chilling in the breeze as passerbys chuckle at this "doggie in the ...
... tour bus passes (Hop On, Hop Off) and took off to enjoy the French Quarter.
It was overload. It was fabulous eye candy, and even better ear candy for the blues aficionado named John. We walked, we bought, we ate, we listened - until late afternoon. We had left Lily at home so we needed to return to the motorhome for the evening. She was happy to see us, unharmed and well rested.
We returned to New Orleans and the French ...
... floor, metal fronds of seaweed sprouting from octagonal columns and large metal fish sculptures hanging from the high ceiling. They were playing ragtime jazz on the sound system.
My waiter steered me towards the oysters, one of their signature dishes. The oysters are flash fried, drizzled with honey and hot sauce, then finished with a blue cheese sauce and a sprinkle of chopped shallots. Creamy and rich with intense flavours. Really good.
I ordered the ...
... with "Mothers". We followed her directions to this nondescript looking building where a long line greeted us to the counter. After waiting in line we finally reached the front where we decided that knowing the portion sizes thus far, it would probably be best to share one.
Our po'boy had ham, roast beef, debris and coleslaw on it. Debris for those of you not familiar with the term down here, is the drippings of meat left in the gravy after ...