Quality Inn & Suites New Orleans
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... these turtles were already cooked so I wasn’t really
hurting the species! I know, I know it’s the whole concept and eating turtle
propagates the whole industry and I promise to never do it again.
Finally the two old ladies headed back to the
hotel so Karen and Emile could partake in the party atmosphere freely. So here
we are in our jammies relaxing and getting ready for another eventful ...
... sceptic, I couldn't help but end the tour with a little part of me believing the story. The story that stuck with me the most were the ghosts that haunt the LaLaurie Mansion because of the horrific history behind the tale. Delphine LaLaurie and her husband kept slaves in their home and were suspected of abusing them. After the death of a child slave, who had jumped from the balcony to escape Delphine's brandishing whip, they were investigated and had their ...
... lived in the Garden District.
We had decided to go see a free concert at the cathedral, beginning at 6 pm. Having just a small period of time, which did not include walking back to the inn for any reason, we stayed in the vicinity and holed up in a coffee shop for a bit.
The concert was performed by The Melody Clouds, a gospel group from Mississippi.Their soulful sound of deep South ...
... of eating. In its most basic form it is Cajun rice with chicken and sausage. The perfect combination. I then crossed the road and visited the Music Factory which is basically a record store that specialises in authentic New Orleans music. I picked up a couple of jazz CDs which I am very much looking forward to listening to. Swamp tour this afternoon. Started off by being picked up outside Huck Fins. Derek (also known as Ashton Kutcher because of his looks) was our ...