Plaza Suite Hotel Resort
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... adventure! Good news is hotel AC is working again - bad news the place is full to overflowing - can hardly move in the lobby. Think people must come in here off the street just to get cool!
5/6. On Bianca's recommendation we head to Camelia Grill for breakfast. Another must do! Went early to avoid the crowds. Only 3 other parties there. Consists of horseshoe shape benches with waiters moving up and down ,yelling orders to the cooks in the kitchen at the back of the room. Food ...
... interesting feel. We spoke to one of the veterans who volunteer there everyday who had fought with New Zealanders in the Phillipines.
New Orleans is the home of the Higgins landing boats that were key in the Normandy landings and there was quite a bit about the company and its eccentric owner Andrew Higgins. I didn't know anything about him so learnt a few things. We spent a good few hours in there but decided not to pay ...
... French Market we found ourselves back at Café du Monde, and although the queue was longer than it had been last night, we thought it would be rude not to buy more beignets. We don’t know when we’ll be back in New Orleans, after all! We carried our beignets to the riverside and sat eating them in the sunshine listening to a solitary saxophonist playing some jazz; it was really lovely.
After a while we jumped back onto a street car and travelled ...
... to start with but when it was reheated was delicious.
Sam had grilled shrimp - served with jacket potato and Cajun spiced grilled vegies.
Jo ordered a French Muffaletta - ham, salami and provolone cheese, with olive salad and seasonings grilled on French bread (common name in Louisiana for this is a Po'Boy) - which she said was yummy but couldn't finish and was lunch the next day!
Matt had a burger and fries...no sense of adventure that ...
... in a cup. It's not too bad. I've never had it before and it's pleasant enough if you like that warm grease-ball feeling sliding down your throat. And rum. With cinnamon.
Remember I said I'd had baked brie in Springdale/Zion? Well I saw it again on a menu my second night here and decided to have it again because it was so delish. It came with a vinaigrette and strawberry coulis. Sounded sensational. When they brought it out??? It was ...