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 …
... that most of New Orleans is below sea level, the bodies are placed in crypts above the ground, and similar to some Mediterranean practices, the bodies are placed in the crypt for a year until the flesh decays, and then the bones are moved back, to make space for the next body. One of the crypts we had seen had 20 people named on it. We then found a nice, and well air conditioned, coffee shop, so I have written this and will shortly head back to the hotel, ready to head to ...
... even during the day, it's a seedy and dirty place but the idiots still flock to it in their hoards. The alternative is Frenchmen St, which is less touristy and recommended to me by a local. The jazz music scene is prevalent there. I don't have a lot of great things to say but I am going to try and keep it positive so I'm just going to give a few special mentions as follows: - Mr B's Bistro, the food is soooo good. It's definitely worth ...
... it was proper homecooking with a little bit of a twist... like the praline bacon. They don't skimp with the OJ either. You ask for juice, you get a tall glass full.
I had a French Toast Burrito that was crammed with bacon, eggs, sausage patty, and then drizzled with syrup. To. Die. ...
... battle of New Orleans only lasted about 2 hrs with the main fighting confined to about 30 minutes. At the end of this 2000 British troops were dead, wounded or taken prisoner and the American casualties numbered fewer than 20. Also on the site is the Malus-Beauregard house which was built 20 years after the war on the plantation.
It was a grey and windy day and we found a spot on the boat behind the wheelhouse a bit out of the wind so we ...