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Tuesday we packed up, left our luggage in the office and headed out. We had breakfast at The OLD Coffeepot right on St Peter just off Bourbon. It was ok. My husband had a crawfish/cheese/bell pepper omelette that was excellent, and the biscuits were great but my eggs were runny.
We toured the Presbytere and Cabildo and enjoyed them both very much. One is about katrina and the Cabildo is historic. It has Napoleons death mask and ...
... the first Jacque and Celina Roman. Jacque bought the plantation off his brother-in-law Valcour Aime (he was the wealthiest man in the south). The house took two years to be built. Jacque and Celina lived different lifestyles. Celina stayed in the townhouse in the french quarter and Jacque liked the quiet plantation life. He was very successful until his death (TB) in 1848. Celina moved and tried to manage the plantation but she was only good ...
... off the car and trekked across a few streets with our massive amount of luggage. We thought we got to the cruise terminal a bit early but apparently we some of the last ones.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FIRST FEW DAYS OF THE CRUISE
- We learned that around 95% of the cruisers were above 30, which I felt had more pros than cons. People were always excited to see that there were some ...
... time, it was great to put a little juice back in my phone so I could take more pictures.
3:45pm GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: New Orleans Suspects
It’s been said that the musicians of New Orleans are all members of one gigantic band that breaks up into smaller groups on a nightly basis. If this were really the case, The New Orleans Suspects would be in a class all their own. The group is comprised of musicians with experience ...
... the streets..the Police are first in their cars, then on foot, then on horseback. It is quite the sight..alot of high fiving the police, thanking them for their constant presence, it’s almost like New Year’s Eve in the revelry, the excitement and the loudness of this ritual. We were so glad we stayed out to be part of this! After the police march , the street cleaners come thru and hose down the sidewalks and streets. We did not see them but were told ...