A'Etiennes French Inn
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... with Mango Salsa on a Sweet Potato Hash for our main course. (Can we eat New Orleans or what.) We finished the evening at a Jazz Bar in our hotel with after dinner drinks.
Today we'll explore Bourbon Street in my never ending search for the perfect Crawfish Etoufee while Mary searches for an Oyster Po-Boy.
Mary and Angelo.
... the rim with gumbo, late nights in dark jazz clubs, strolls through historic neighborhoods, and tantalizing festivals throughout the year. Come down and experience New Orleans, one of America's most culturally and historically-rich destinations"
Days 1 and 2
Wowsers, this place is HOT! The weather here is around 32-36 degrees but the humidity is the real killer. It's constantly hovering around the 85-95% range.
Gus and I arrived on Friday night, ...
... actually hibernate for part of the year unlike crocodiles, they are basically fairly lazy and generally will not attack anything as large as a human. They have an overbite so cannot do the damage that a croc can. We had a young Cajun driver (Cajuns were originally from Arcadia now Nova Scotia), he was very knowledgable about his environment having been born and raised in the bayou. In the swamp there are many plant species introduced ...
... of self that had her singing professionally at 6, battling cancer at 19, and spending the rest of her life touring internationally – writing and singing jazz, gospel, blues, and everything else as she captivates EVERYONE with her presence, her versatility, and her unbelievable voice.
She’s played with Dr. John, Public Enemy, D’Angelo, Deacon John, and a host of others… put her name in your search engine… you’ll be reading for ...
I'm on the flight from New Orleans to Miami. A chance for some retrospection.
So many things I didn't do in NO: I never rode the street car, never went to the Preservation Hall Jazz Club, never drank a Hurricane, never saw the Katrina-destroyed Lower 9th Ward, never saw the Mardi Gras Indians. But then, I did have my fill of beignets, did visit the above-ground cemeteries, did visit ...
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