Travelodge New Orleans West Harvey
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... as many new foods as possible. This helped me step outside of my comfort zone and made the program meals as interesting as the educational components.
Our group headed to the conference room for our first lecture. Entitled “It's A New Orleans Thing,” Anne Leonhard lectured on the history and culture of New Orleans. Anne's discussion ranged from foods of the city (such as the infamous gumbo) to the ...
... it marshmallows, got some good shots. We continued down the bayou and I was able to see a few bird species but couldn't get photos of them because the airboat is so loud they flew off as soon as we came close. We had a fabulous time and I even got to hold a two year old Alligator, he guide thought it would be cute to put him on my head and John thought this was great. After we drove around at speed for awhile we headed back to the ...
... not more! On our way back to the car Melanie took me into a ice cream shop. It was amazing. My absolute favourite ice cream flavour is cookie dough and cookie dough is such a bigger thing in the US than in England! You can buy cookie dough in the fridge section of a shop and ( though not recommended on the packet!) it is often eaten straight from the packet; adults and children alike! Corrigan had recommended me to make cookie dough with her family, who have ...
... couldn't get our fuel in quick enough!
Having survived that that we cruised down to 'The Big Easy' - New Orleans. Went via Lake Pontchartrain Causeway which has the longest bridge over water in the world 24 miles and two separate bridges two lanes each way - pretty amazing - and only $3.00 toll!
... New Orleans.” She started out backing up the Neville Brothers and went on to perform with the Survivors, a band whose alumni list includes Harry Connick Jr. and Bobby McFerrin. It was here that she first started working with saxophonist Reggie Houston.
Found my crepes at Muriel's, I had remembered them from last year with great fondness and was glad that again they were serving a duo of goat cheese stuffed crepes with a shrimp and crawdad ...