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... so it is the only house. the houses look really nice and they build a few each year and the people get to pick floor plans etc. You can only get them if you lived in this area before the hurricane or you are a teacher and maybe a policeman or fireman.
In the afternoon we walked uptown and checked out Market Street a new area further offthe beaten path. We stopped for lunch and had catfish sliders and fried ...
... 8211; where they have their workshop and cafe. The food was excellent and it was such a pleasure to see the workshop and Kailey (the gal at the front desk) was so friendly and helpful! There was a piece of art hanging up in one of the areas that read: “In an era where so many of our textiles have lost their connection to historical craft, it is our goal to reclaim a history where products were made by hand by skilled artists who played an esteemed role in ...
... and the different influences that have affected the cuisine over the years.
After class we walked back to the French Quarter with one of the ladies who had taken the class with us who was a journalist and was also the editor for the Qantas inflight magazine. This trip has really broadened our horizons as just listening to her tell of travelling to places such as New Orleans to document the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina was fascinating.
A blissful morning dawned today. A lie-in - the first for a long time - was on the cards and very much appreciated. However, there was a rather rude awakening for me, since my lovely friend Ali had challenged me to the MNDA ice-bucket challenge. So, off to the ice machine it was for me, and then a very cold, wet start to the day! I was grateful of it once we got out into the steaming streets of the city though as the mercury was hitting the mid thirties by the time we reached our ...
... down for the free breakfast. It was your typical continental breakfast of decent cereals, pastries, and a few hot items. I decided on a “Who Dat” blueberry waffle (the waffle iron was marked with a Saints logo), some sausage links, and a spoonful of grits. I read a few brochures and made a phone call. My plan was to head back to the room and shower, wake my co-pilot, and continue into the Big Easy to see the cemeteries and taste test the beignets.