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 …
... and headed back if to town. Rather than drop us off at our B&B we got the driver to take us to the French Market area where we decided to go to Tujague's for lunch. It was really good, I had a cup of Gumbo which was really delicious not at all like I had the other night. Then I had Blackened Fish with vegetables and it was lovely, John chose the taste of New Orleans because the boiled Brisket was not available. I then had pecan pie for ...
... art down the years! I had made delicious cookies with Corrigan's Niece, Annalise and sister, Christy. I was taught that the trick is to make the cookie dough but end up with only half left to bake, the rest takes route number one; straight to the gut without ever entering the oven! But the famous brand of cookie in the U.S is Tollhouse and in the ice cream shop Melanie took me to there was a Tollhouse cookie dough ice cream; I will emphasise that it was ...
... retirement ceremony of a Coast Guard officer, held in the large foyer area of the museum. It would have been neat to catch it, as military ritual fascinates me.
I got a ticket and boarded a Pullman car where I sat on a wooden bench seat and listened to the stories of different Americans telling their stories about how they came to be in the war. The stories are not that different to those of many aussies.
The museum is intended to show the ...
... the hub of tourism with horse drawn carriage rides, local artists, informal street muscians playing their tunes, and the infamous Bourbon Street. We were entertained by the musicians, which made us hungary, so we quickly found a balcony overlooking Bienville Street. O'la la, we found a perfect little quiet balcony with a table for two..... great menu, great service, great meal. The wine was good too. They ...