Royal Street Inn and R Bar
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... the 1950s floods. He spoke about his family’s cemetery crypt being metres above ground, commenting that it was great to visit your dead uncle, but you don’t want your dead uncle visiting you! We continued wandering along the markets into various gift shops. Anne bought a ceramic blue cross to add to her collection. We visited Dutch Alley, a local artists’ collective where Slavic artist Stefano with amazing waxed, ...
... blocks, and it made me think of all those moments in all those films, when the cop comes up from behind, and the baddies floor it. Bourbon Street by day is surprisingly not much different. People were drinking hand grenades and smoking cigars and we could hear some of the familiar phrases being announced by hawkers that we'd heard repeated the night before. Step right up, free this free that. We found a laundromat and Jock was happy again he had a destination to program ...
... it has proved quite convenient. We are also finding the laundry bags that the hotels have in the closet especially useful to transport our laundry to the laundrette but as we discovered today, not all bags are created equal, and as Vaughan was carrying the bag the handles started to break, causing him to have to carry it for the rest of the way like a baby.
This point was not missed by one of the locals, who are all quite vocal here, you then shouted ...
... and sausage - and beignets - thin layers of dough, folded into squares then deep fried and coated in powdered sugar. A local delicacy, it is claimed that the best ones are served at Cafe du Monde right across the street, but I can't imagine that they could be better than these. They were deliciously decadent and unhealthy!
... native sonI'm the train they call The City of New OrleansAnd I'll be gone five hundred miles when the day is done. Johnny Cash, Willy Nelson, Arlo Guthrie and others.
The train they call The City of New Orleans skirts Lake Pontchartrain with its salt water on one side and fresh on the other, then runs through the Louisiana bayou and on up to Jackson. There are alligators and pelicans which is nice and turtles clambered on logs and rocks, which is sweet. The ...