Marriott New Orleans Metairie at Lakeway
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... worth mentioning that Cafe Du Monde are not dog friendly and do not allow dogs on their patio area which was a little inconvenient.
Once the rain had subsided and we had finished our refreshments we set off to explore the historic French Quarter. There are a number of highlights listed in the various travel books we had read but we found it more enjoyable simply wandering around the Quarter admiring ...
... and Cat had the biggest chocolate browine covered with ice cream and whipped cream on top. Now Patrick and Francie are pretty well known in these lovely restaurants and we were all looked after well. Sheryl (our waitress) gave us a few extras like a drink called a Sazerac (rye whiskey and lemon to name a few ingredients) Cat's dessert and the softshell crab all on the house. Let's just say, she got a big tip. We then headed back via one of Patrick and ...
... of things but the most popular being fried shrimp, fried oysters, fried catfish or roast beef. The sub is served on traditional French bread and is dressed (meaning it has lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on it). She said a great place to try one of these was Mother’s on Poydras St just out of the French Quarter so I committed that one to memory. Another suggestion was the Muffuletta, a spicy Italian sandwich made on Sicilian bread and covered in ...
... first for us as in doing nearly 8,000 miles up to this point we have had absolutely no issues with the police but this journey was a different story as we weren“t just stopped once but twice. The first time we were stopped was in Arizona. Rob nearly ******* his pants and Nick was half expecting to be dragged from the car and frisked on Dixie“s bonnet . We thought that we had maybe been stopped for speeding but we were sure that we had been within the limit. The reason we were stopped ...
... beer into the street, so long as it’s in a plastic cup and you finish it before you enter your next bar. What a civilised way to do your sightseeing. Or not, in some places.
KK: Johnny White’s Sports Bar (as recommended by Barry in nyc) is a fine place some way along Bourbon. After that it descends into a whoopin’ and hollerin’ alley of titty-bars and clubs that Bigg Market punters in Newcastle would consider heaven. So we didn’t ...
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