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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
"And I wish I was in New Orleans,
'Cause I can see it in my dreams,
Arm-in-arm down Burgundy,
A bottle and my friends and me
New Orleans, I'll be there"
I wish I was in New Orleans, Tom Waits
Après avoir suivi l'impressionnant Mississipi (peut-être dix fois la Seine en largeur) pendant un bon moment, nous avons …
... basically going straight north, heading to Chicago. Some long hours driving ahead, we get our game faces on and push through.
Our little coupon booklet directed us to a dirt cheap Motel 6. Not in the mood to spend money, we suck it up and check in. Reception is pretty much what we expected, but when we got to the room, it was totally unexpected. One of the loveliest places we had seen. Newly redone, marble in places, fresh paint, clean sheets – this was a real ...
... we went to an old school funk/jazz/R & B bar, the band here were also really great and had everyone dancing up a storm! You just can't not have a good night here! There's something for everyone's taste! The final morning we walked to the French Markets. I really wanted to buy a souvenir here, but apparently many people do and are willing to pay ridiculous amounts of money for ****** tops etc. So sadly I didn't find anything, but Michael got a ...
... is made with a firm smokey sausage (that does have a fancy French name that really went in one ear and out the other), the trinity (onion, celery and peppers) and other goodness. Jumbalaya is made with a roux, the trinity, rice and whatever you want to put in it. Kevin, the chef was super hilarious and captivated the entire class. It was a five star experience. That night, as part of a hostel impromptu group, after having a few beers in out temporary home, ...
... br> Our first venue saw us in a dive bar close to the start of Bourbon St. It had a live 5-piece band booming out Aerosmith and they were bloody good.
We trundled off to a couple of other bars before stumbling across a really cool authentic Jazz & Blues bar. They had the band also with a really large black man (like Fats Domino) on the mic. Trumpets, Saxophones and Drums. It was brilliant and really is what New Orleans is all about.
Spent the rest of the evening, ...