Motel 6 New Orleans - Service Road
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So our last day in NewOrleans the 19th so we decided to start the day off with breakfast at the French market cafe as we had been finding it hard to find breakfast places that sever normal food, this place is about 7 dollars a meal so can't complain, I had Greek yogurt and Jake had bacon eggs and pancakes. Feeling nice and full we decided to hop on Cash one of the mules doing carriage tours and do the hour tour around the French quarter and back to ...
... s a white wine glass albeit a bucket of one. It has straight sides. There's a lady drinking a red at the bar in a red wine glass. Funny that. Look Jock, a red wine glass. See it's bulbous. You want the gravity to trap its nose in the glass. White wine you want it to escape, as it can start smelling like methanol. Who you calling wine breath? The bartender came over and he was doing a wine course at the local tech and he didn't know the reason for different shaped wine ...
... cooking and it very fine! Southern cooking (read heart-attack material) but oh my, it is good! We have a share plate with fried catfish, gumbo, alligator sausage, fried chicken, red beans with rice, sticky ribs, greens and jambalaya. But wait, there's more...also included is dessert- bread pudding with an amazing toffee sauce. We are very impressed. The service here (and in most of America) is fabulous. People work hard for their tips and in restaurants, they are ...
... lunch at the Red Grill across from the Astor Crowne Plaza on canal st.
Best fish tacos ever had in my life!!
That night we just wandered the other end of the quarter towards Esplanade. French market was closing up and we had forgotten our phones to take pictures, but it was a nice evening.
... the Mississippi and surrounding the city to break, causing a huge influx of water that was 30ft high in some suburbs, with at least 80% under water and the minimum water height around 4ft. A lot of people left New Orleans after that disaster, and the population is now 100,000 less because a lot of people moved out in seek of higher ground.
New Orleans has recovered amazingly after katrina, and the city is again alive and buzzing with the sounds of blues and ...