Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
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Today we flew to New Orleans, we had a pretty good trip, it was just under a 3 hour flight. On our way to our hotel the shuttle driver gave us a bit of a tour of New Orleans. The city is very old and a lot different to the likes of New York or even Boston. Lots of History and a very different way of life. Driving through the French Quarters was different looking to what we had seen but at the same time a very interesting experience of how things look and how things are ...
... a condiment intense food item and while I embrace all of those accouterments sometimes I like them just straight outta shell. Especially when served with a tasty Sapporo on tap!
In the end I had 5 dozen, about 60 oysters, plus Emeril threw in a couple freebies along the way, especially when he found a particularly big one, sadly none had pearls.
Before you tsk tsk me for my gluttony, let's talk about the winner of the Oyster ...
... in Voodoo; God who is recognized, but who is accessible almost exclusively by chiefs and priests; the spirits, of Voodoo who interact with everyday people on all matters and things and finally; ancestors who become spirits. Nothing in everyday Voodoo life happens by fiat or happenstance but, is entirely, good or bad, due to the intercession of spirits. We then learned about the most famous Voodoo Queen in New Orleans. Her name is Marie Laveau. She was born in 1801 and ...
... guide was a distant family member and you got a real feel of how the families lived and their relationships.
Houmas House, built in 1840, was set in beautiful gardens with huge, old oak trees leading up from the river (from the levy bank to be precise) to the front of the house. The house itself has been better restored than that on the St Joseph Plantation but the tour of the house was very boring as it primarily focused on descriptions of ...
... and bought some cough medicine.
The food tour began at 1pm at Serio’s Deli in St Charles Street on the American side of Canal. Good sized group of around 16 people and the guide, Lyndel, was very funny and told some great stories about all the places visited. We started with a meat, cheese and olive salad Muffaletta - salami, mortadella, provolone and green and black chopped olives between two thick pieces of bread. Good start.
We crossed Canal and entered ...