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... get the tourists to buy some trinkets from the natives. $5 bottle of water? I think not! I was waiting around outside when I noticed a couple of rooftops I recognized, things were starting to click into place, I realized I was only a few blocks from my hotel. Since I was going there directly from the last stop anyway, I decided to walk. There is a hop off in HoHo, right?
It ended up being a little bit further than I thought, and I did have ...
... the careers of countless musicians.
In May, 2007, Marsalis received an honorary doctorate from Tulane
University for his contributions to jazz and musical education. And he
was inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2008.
He can usually be seen performing on Fridays at Snug Harbor jazz bistro in New Orleans.
Lunch was eaten festival fashion, everyone went to a different booth and passed plates around so everyone could ...
... of the Battle of New Orleans in the center of the square. Such a beautiful building and park, even in the gloomy rain. There is also a shiny gold statue at the end of the French Quarter on Decatur St. that honors Joan of Arc, Maid of New Orleans. Streets are all one way and very narrow. There is public parking available and it is quite expensive. The famous Bourbon Street is three blocks from Jackson Square. It is one of the ...
... found a Sculpture Park next to the Museum of Art and pretended to be cultured for a while. I did like the horse sculpture and the water feature, the weird money-man mesh was a bit odd… There was a café next to the sculpture park that served traditional Nawlins food, so naturally we had lunch there whilst listening to some live jazz. I had jambalaya, very tasty it was too. I did manage to skype call Dad briefly in the café too, and I think he enjoyed the ...
... entry/exit on either end and you could shoot a bullet through it) with exposed brick and a foundation that reflected its original construction in the 1840s. The apartment was furnished with art pieces which were all for sale, including an absolutely gorgeous model phonograph, handmade bunk beds, and much more.
When Neela was in kindfeergarten, one of her teachers (from New Orleans) had taught her a song, with a different traditional NOLA fFeast ood celebrated on each day ...