Baymont Inn And Suites New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... you never got to completely cook yourself, so not quite sure how much of this we will be able to replicate.
I am definitely starting to get a bit more of an appreciation for white wine as during the class the alcohol flowed freely, even at one point going to rum shots.
Both of our chefs had such interesting backgrounds and as much for the storytelling, I would definitely recommend the class as we learnt so much about the background of ...
... and red beans and rice. I had the crawfish and prawn mardi gras pasta with an Alfredo sauce. It was not bad but, like to rest of Bourbon Steet, over-hyped and touristy, and not one we would go back to. We like to find the real heart of a place, and try to avoid too many tourist eateries where we can. Sadly, this evening fell firmly into the tourist category and we mist seek out the true experiences tomorrow.
... 8220;ghetto” of Illinois ranks in the bottom 20% compared to finding yourself on the wrong street with a “map-a-matically challenged” co-pilot just outside of downtown New Orleans. After discovering the one lane HOV passages Lorraine safely got us to our destination and we crashed for the night, having spent very little of our trip napping.
The next morning I lay wide awake at 5:30 a.m. I knew I was still tired but could not fall asleep so ...