Royal Street Inn and R Bar
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- All-Suites Property
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We're somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico, headed north.
Since I last posted (I know—big gap), we’ve been to Panama City, transited the Panama Canal, stopped on the east coast of Costa Rica, and sailed TWO SOLID DAYS (we’re on our third) past Nicaragua, Belize, Mexico, and the western tip of Cuba.
Two at sea days with Mr. Type A has been an interesting experience. More on ...
... their splendor and character were my favorite part of the Garden District and Uptown. Audubon Park was a close second. It is very peaceful here, with long walking and biking paths and a golf course, and magnificent trees all around. I wanted to walk the entire park, but ran out of time, so, with very tired dogs, hopped back onto the St. Charles Streetcar.
FYI - the afternoon rides on the St. Charles Streetcar tend to be VERY crowded. When ...
... the bar and walk around the streets with your drink. All the souvenir shops sell beads of various colours and often with a pendant from a sports team on them. I guess now I know why they sell them. Bourbon street is the main party strip in the French quarter. Kind of like Hindley street but with better live music, more drunk people, less police and maybe smelt a little less like vomit. Miss Josephine 'now don't take no children on Bourbon street after 6pm. And ...
... and visited the historic Cemetery. The history and architecture is wonderful. Yesterday we went to the Hurricane Katrina museum which was very poignant and reminded us of the resilience of the New Orleans people.
The music is wonderful and the food is good although super sized! It is true what they say about Southern hospitality. Every corner of the 75 blocks of the French Quarter has something interesting to see ...
The next morning we were up bright and early so that we could get a quick look at the French Quarter before heading to our first cooking class on our trip at the Langlois Culinary Crossroads cooking school. Here we were shown how to make gumbo, jambalaya and bread pudding. We loved our two chefs, Mel and Amy, however we both agreed it would have been nice to be able to do more hands on cooking, whereas here while there were volunteers doing ...