Bonne Chance Bed and Breakfast
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... early graves dug into the ground in the traditional way would literally pop up out of the ground after rainfall events when the water table rose! That must have been freaky "The Zombies are coming!".
So, the solution was to build up in tombs designed to act as ovens to help speed up the decomposition process so that space could be freed up for the next family member. More info can be found on these at: http://www.experienceneworleans.com/dea dcity.html
The house has some wonderful pieces of furniture and knick knacks but most of it is not original. They had quite a big fire in the early 1900s which destroyed a lot of it.
The dining room which was the most important room of the house back when they were having big parties.
The original family. The three silhouettes at the ...
The title of this blog came from an architect who we talked to on the trolley car on the way to City Park, he told us he came here after college and fell in love with the city and called it the 'least American city'. It seemed quite apt to me. It is certainly diverse, a real mixture of cultures, languages, food, music and architecture. It gives me the impression that you discover more every day you are here and that you would probably continue to do that for a long time. It ...
... The Chicago Sun-Times, Harp, Guitar Player, Down Beat, The New Yorker, The New York Press and many other national and regional publications. During the gig both Polly and Tyler wandered off. Afterwards we found Tyler but Polly, in his bright red Hawaiian shirt was no where to be found. Losing hope we fired off some text messages not expecting a response and headed back to the hotel "just in case". Miracle of all miracles, there he was passed out in his bed. We grabbed ...
... wagon and daddy-duty and couldn't be a true acolyte of Bacchus, he handed me a box and invited me to get to it.
And so I headed for the folks on the sidelines - the families, the old geezers, the sweet young women, the crowds of rowdies, the tourists, the drummers, the cops - approaching each with "may I offer you some wine?" Most turned me down, usually with thanks (including, of course, the cops) but some were ...
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