La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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Cafe Maspero is where Stacy and I each enjoyed our very first New Orleanean meals, albeit on separate occasions. We are back here for lunch and they have been tremendously accommodating with a window table for us and Ichabod. He's chilling in the breeze as passerbys chuckle at this "doggie in the ...
... Bourbon beforehand and we're told to stick to Frenchmen instead. This is where we found ourselves, looking for food, and a few drinks before heading home for our early wake up call.
We ended up in a place named Bamboulas, which was actually pretty good. They had a decent band playing, and the food was tasty... though they had run out of coconut shrimp ...
... led the trio. Their music got the group moving and dancing and left everyone in great spirits for our final evening.
I had the pleasure of meeting up with my friends from school after dinner. I brought my horn to the streets and we made a few dollars performing a few blocks from the hotel. I learned a lot about musical style from what I heard during my weeks stay so I incorporated as much as possible into my own improvisational style.
... helpful. Actually, even people who don't get tipped are super helpful.
We end up at the Blue Nile which has live music when we arrive and band later (doors at 10). The first band is okay and we actually enjoy them, but we end up waiting hours for the next band to start (11-30 before they come on). While we are waiting some drunken guy dancing manages to fall over and ram into me (sitting quietly on a bar stool up against a wall) which is quite a feat since there ...
While walking during the day, we ran into various jazz bands performing on the streets for tips. These bands were so good that we didn't feel the need to go to the Preservation Hall anymore. Both Lulu and Mark have been there years ago and would like to go back, but, since there are no bathrooms nor drinks ...