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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
The only way to make Mardi Gras even more fun is to be with friends..right?? We took Jay and Joyce with us when we left Florida!! Can you say ROAD TRIP!!
We left Florida Saturday March 1st at 6 am and were Biloxi, Mississippi bound. It was about a 10 hour drive which is a long day for Honey and I on the road, as a matter of …
... morning New Orleans marathon. Turns out the runner, Sarah, was a former part time employee at Stewart Home School in Frankfort and knew my brother Steve, who has resided there for over 45 years. Small world and nice to meet a good family from Kentucky.
We started Saturday with a walking tour of the French Quarter. While we had browsed around the Quarter admiring the architecture and ...
With no free breakfast or fridge in our room we had to head out to find breakfast. After last nights tax rip off I was now weary of where to eat. I wasn't going to let last night deter me from enjoying this great city so today was a new day and I was excited to get amongst it. We headed into the direction of the city instead of the French quarter. We saw the high rise buildings down past Louis Armstrong park and walked that way. It took about 15 minutes and we got to a big main ...
... stomach from our big lunch and Absinthe is medicinal right? Pirate's Alley Cafe was the place to go. I tried the Swiss stuff. P had the Lucid. Lucid was better. The Swiss just wasn't a strong enough flavor. In fact, the Lucid could use some more oomph too...I actually might like absinthe better without the water!
It was getting to be that time of day, so we stopped at Rouse's market for "supplies" (ie, champagne) and took our daily siesta back at the ...
... very well. Plus it is really like big boys toys!
By now we were getting hungry, so we stumbled upon a recommendation from the chocolate shop girl. The place is not fancy, but it works. It’s an old school diner set up, where you sit at the bar counter and the food is cooked in the corner behind the counter – fresh where you can see what they are doing. Good food and a good experience, later, we head to the hotel, as my leg still ...
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