Knights Inn Metairie
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Ce matin, nous quittons Metairie vers 10 heures.
Nous partons pour une longue balade vers de pays des lacs et des cours d'eau et bayous.
Nous achetons sur le bord de la route des fraises bien grosses et bien juteuses meme si elles manquent encore un peu de goût
et quelques brugnons
nous allons …
A glorious morning greeted us, blue skies and sun shining. The city had come alive with workers ( our hotel is in the business district). One of the must do things of N.O. Is to eat at the Café Du Monde in the French quarter. So we went there for breakfast. The problem with the place is that it is so popular that there are always long queues, but we thought Monday morning should be quiet and we would stand a chance, and so it was. We had to queue for maybe 10 minutes ...
... following day to marvel in the French architecture; the street fairs; the tarot card readers; the impromptu street bands; the small overcrowded streets; the countless restaurants and bars;(Café Pontalba(Shrimp PoBoy lunch), Pralines at Aunt Sally's, Frank's Balcony(a NOLA pronunciation of the muffaletta sandwich is Moof-a-lotta lunch)) and the gift shops filled to the brim with leftover Mardis Gras memorabilia. And, we were both struck with ...
... enclosure but allot more beautiful. When Jake managed to drag me out of the store we did some shopping and walked back to our room where I tried to die my hair brown, it's now green yey haha, anyway we have to pay 15 dollars a day for Internet at our hotel so we are being Jewish and drinking coffee at hard rock to write our blog, about to head out and check out some more jazz clubs on bourbon street. Thanks to all the family and friends who read our blog Katie & ...
... with a host of mediterranean goodies was delicious. Jock seemed to be really enjoying it so I left him to it and I concentrated on my cheese, crackers and pickles board. All that I was really missing was NZ green lipped mussels, and a big smile from my beautiful daughter, Rebecca saying there you go Dad! It's funny how familiar tastes and sensations can ground you in a foreign place. Yes you need to eat local food and cuisine, and experience the culture and do as ...