Queen Anne Hotel
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... I remembered it being then. The blackened variety tasted like it had been pan fried as opposed to deep fried and I actually preferred this as the subtle flavour of the meat was, I thought, somewhat overpowered by the batter. The texture was slightly chewy, but not in a bad way. It came with a couple of little bowls of sauce - one a sort of spicy tomato, and the other like a buttery, lemon mayo - but I thought both varieties actually tasted better by themselves. A good finish to ...
... all of the shipping going in and out of America, making them very wealthy. They came to battle with New Orleans in 1815, the battle lasted 40 minutes and due to the fact Britain had lost 2000 soldiers they surrendered and retreated back down the river. The Americans won and only lost around 20 men because they had built barriers 15feet wide and 20feet deep, the other things they had in their favour were the swamps, water and the sugar plantation field was knee high deep with ...
... choose to blow **** up too, everywhere.
The arsenal was stacked and the explosions started early.
We sat back on the beach with a couple beers in hand and watched the fireworks up and down the coast. Thank you Will Smith.
Went to a local swimming pool in Austin, a natural spring. Nice and cold, blew the cobwebs away. A strange looking man had decided to wear a bikini in the pool looked very strange. Jumped in the car and began our drive East to New Orleans, a huge 510 miles. Eventually arrived in Orleans 8 hours later. Checked into out hostel, Bourbon Hostel. On the outskirts of Orleans, we got unlucky with our room. Stuck in the back of the hostel in ...
... the 1861-65 Civil War) mansion in town. We were led on an informative tour by a young woman, dressed in a costume from that era. The house was built in 1858 by Frederick Stanton, who made his fortune as a cotton broker, then as owner of more than 16,000 acres of cotton plantations.
We continued our journey with a stop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Visiting Louisiana is a ...