Hotel de la Monnaie
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... at the markets for a leisurely stroll,
Getting coffee and magnets was our main goal.
From there into the city for a long, long roam,
Checked out museums, the mint and the Superdome.
We ended up back at the water, ready for some food,
Some jazz and a cocktail got us in the mood.
We got a taster plate full of the local cuisine,
Jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish with rice and bean.
... you out right at the gate. It was hard to get to but thanks to the directions from a kind woman at a gas station up the road we made it inside! The newer tombs are upfront and we made our way to the back. I will say I was not as impressed as I thought I would be but it was nice. I think the more historic areas of the city have the cooler cemeteries but I was concerned with the crime level there and so we opted for this as it was definitely ...
... is full of the weird and wonderful.
Every afternoon we experienced Louisiana's thunder storms, with torrential rains and extreme lighting, and theres no escaping it.
We tried another local dish called Jambalaya, which is shrimp, smoked sausage, chicken and a slightly spicy rice. Another tasty southern dish.
Bourbon Street is full of fun from 6pm onwards. The street is blocked off for pedestrians only, all bars serve 'roadies', ...
... deliciousness) and you have a PO Boy. So he brings out 2 fried shrimp Po Boys and we take off for the city. We only ate 1/2 of each and they were delicious.
Off to the French Quarter (FQ). A few snapshots of the city, the streets were very narrow in the FQ and lots of bars and little shops. There were older gentlemen playing their horns on the sidewalks near cafes, mimes dressed in silver from head to toe, wonderful detail of buildings and of course the notorious ...
... of Louisiana. Sweet and fried - heart attack food! Cafe du Monde is THE place to try them but we didn't bother as the queues were always too long. We were certainly happy about our food experiences in NO, but the music experience was a disappointment - I think perhaps a matter of wrong place, wrong time. But the music in the street can surprise both day and night. NO is certainly a city worth visiting, love the vibe, ...