Residence Inn New Orleans Downtown
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... and a clam stew) and enjoy some local beer. I get talking to Anna Maria who is originally from New York but has now retired to NO. She talks to us for ages about the great places to catch music and good food. She lives on Frenchman Street and recommends we spend more of our time there than in the more touristy French Quarter. She gives us her phone number in case we have any more questions while we are here- talk about hospitality!
When the jazz is ...
... getting restless with St. Louis Cathedral being all French.
So having read that, we decided to go look for ourselves. A wedding had just finished, and a junior jazz band was playing outside as the bridal party emerged from the Cathedral. It was very colourful and musical.
I'd been told by other friends about the creole cooking a must here, so we managed to find a restaurant near the French market ...
We met up with some writing friends from Florida today. Chris and his lovely girlfriend arrived in a tiny yellow Fiat loaded with bakery made donuts. Together we all walked down a few blocks to St Louis Cemetery No.1.
The cemetery is different form those in our own country and is interesting because it's inmates are largely interred above ground, rather than below it. It is New Orleans' ...
... both Jayne and Jens. We again checked into a KOA campground for two nights - back to the tent, how exciting, Jayne couldn't wait! We had a dip in the swimming pool and a quick trip to the grocery market for supplies for dinner and breakfast. Both of us enjoyed our barbecue steak dinner and red wine.
The next day we toured downtown Boca Raton, including the present ...
... the Mississippi, made our way northward through the French Quarter Market area, about four blocks of covered arcade, then west to Royal street, back south to canal Street again, and the bus back here to the hotel for a bit of a rest by 4:30. Not a long distance, but it took us 5 hours what with the official and unofficial music stages every block or so. Music ranged from brass band jazz, country, R&B, but our favourites were the smaller jazz combos. The most notable ...