Sheraton Metairie New Orleans
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... for dinner. We went to a New Orleans restaurant serving typical New Orleans food. I tried the fried oysters and catfish, the catfish was nice, the oysters were more of an acquired taste! Mainly due to the texture which was unusual. It was a nice dinner though, and then we headed to Frenchman street, which is famous for its live jazz music. I firstly went to the art market which the tour guide mentioned earlier. It was really love, with some fantastic stuff, I picked up ...
... the tradition. A clap of thunder interrupted our enjoyment, and the prospect of a storm drove us into a bar (oh the horror...) where we treated to some great live jazz while the rain beat harder than almost any I've seen before. We eventually made it home, after the best sandwich of my life and chilled out at our little cottage for the remainder of the evening. We checked out early the next morning and made our way to Susie's flat in the ...
The conference ended and I was able to get out and about. I checked out the Freret St. Festival-3 music stages and food and craft vendors. It was good. Well attended with a good cross mix of people. The smells were fantastic! I took the St. Charles Street Car to ...
... while others have just been boarded up.
We walked down to Lafayette Cemetery no 1 to explore the crypts and graves. This is one of the oldest cemeteries and there are lot of children buried here as a result of a yellow fever outbreak. This cemetery is still in use today, with one crypt having 37 family members buried in it from 1867 to 1997.After wandering around for a while and only encountering tourists and not ghosts we got the ...
... They were unusual, artistic, rare, antique, expensive, inexpensive and seductive. I bought some Christmas earrings and cards from Santas Quarters. We bought a number of gifts for ourselves and others. Andrew was gracious, I bought earrings, necklace, bracelets for myself. I found two gold mask brooches for mum at a place called Ma Sherie Amour on St Ann street and some Christmas decorations for us in one store as well as a bracelet for me. In another I bought ...