River Region Inn
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... task of laundry at 'Suds Dem Duds' laundromat. After completing our domestic duties we had some traditional southern fare at Oceana Seafood Restaurant. My meal was grilled fish w shrimp sauce, collard greens and mash - very tasty. 16th July After another fantastic complementary breaky at the hotel we headed over to the the French Market which was full of cool little stalls and we made a couple of purchases before walking to Frenchman St. This is apparently one of the 'must ...
... Lafayette Cemetery #2 did reveal was a very clear line between the haves and have nots in the Garden District.
Our walk took us to:
•The gothic styled Briggs-Staub House - a style that is rare in New Orleans because Protestant Americans say it reminds them on Roman Catholic France.
•Colonel Short's Villa, famed for its cornstalk, ironwork fence.
•Robinson House - built for a Virginia ...
... from a former colleague a few of us went along, and boy am I glad I did. This evening and experience was my favourite of the trip so far. Watching a live jazz band in a famous intimate setting with only a handful of people - absolutely perfect. I think I've found a new genre of music that I love. Post Preservation Hall we stopped by a 24 hour diner for a quick bite then headed to a bar for a night cap. Next stop ...
... rights and our nation's history. Back on the River road to New Orleans. When we reached the city we put on music from The Princess and the Frog to get in a Cajun mood. As we neared the French Quarter, we noticed groups of men in red dresses. I glanced at our guidebook which mentioned the annual Red Dress Run, a Bay-to-Breakers-like fundraiser/drinking event that took place earlier in the day. Even after we checked into Hotel Provincial, unpacked our bags and set back on ...
... welcomed us and then poured an outstanding Guinness. I gave him my spiel about the search I'm on for the best guinness in America blah blah blah and asked what his secret was for pouring such a great pint. To my surprise he actually had an answer - he brought over the spigot filter he said they have multiple spigot filters and soak them on a rotating basis and feels this is how they keep the Guinness from getting that charcoal after taste. sooooo... When in The home of ...