Residence Inn New Orleans Covington/North Shore
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... Riverwalk along the Mississippi and walked back through the French quarter. Bourbon street is waking up with the bands starting and the hand grenades flowing ( we walked quickly past those today...) some down time in the hotel before we head out for a very small dinner, and maybe check out the scene on Frenchman Street. We head to Memphis tomorrow, so just one more night to soak up the music scene... And maybe have a ...
... and amplifies it mechanically through a horn like a Gramophone or Victrola. Very funky. Today we're off the explore some of the sights in town. More later on how welcomed Ichabod is in those areas. We're also keeping an eye on the weather as the lower part of the country is getting slammed with Thunderstorms and lots of tornadoes. We'd like to avoid that kind of stuff on the way to Texas ...
1872 was the year that a group of
businessmen invented a King of Carnival, Rex, to
preside over the first daytime parade. To honour the visiting Russian
Grand Duke Alexis Romanoff, the businessmen introduced Romanoff's family colours
of purple, green and gold as Carnival's official colours. Purple
stands for justice; gold for power; and green for faith. This was also the
... Henry mentioned on the tour this morning - New Orleans has drive through Daiquiri stores! These are completely legal and even if the cops pull you over, as long as the cup lid is in tact (ie, you haven’t stuck your straw through it) you won’t get busted. Who could not love this city!!
We drove down the gun barrel straight Interstate 10 for 35 minutes to reach our destination - Honey Island Swamp on the Pearl River - crossing Lake Pontchartrain via a ...
... have come across since arriving in the US. It was called The Grill NOLA and it consisted of an open kitchen with a hot plate running the length of the restaurant, with diner chairs lining the one long continuous serving counter. Our waiter was amazing, as were the pancakes and bacon I ordered, and the omelette that Vaughan ordered.
Full to the point of bursting we headed back to the dock where we had booked tickets aboard the Steamboat Natchez. This was ...