Studio 6 New Orleans East
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... dinner and had a good evening including watching the football on tv. The saints won so the town was pumping!
Day 3 saw us take the hop on hop off bus around the city where we saw some of the effects of Katrina still lingering as well as seeing some of the heritage homes in the area. Highlights here included seeing the Super Bowl winning saints stadium, the oldest cemetery in the US and some stars houses including John ...
... that was OK. We ended up getting off on Carrollton Ave. and wanted to eat at The Camellia Grill but it was pretty full so we made the tragic error of eating at O’Henrys which I was calling SLO’Henrys. We had the WORST waiter ever. He forgot to bring us peanuts, forgot my drink, forgot menus and silverware and napkins even when we asked several times. Then when I reordered my drink I had to tell him 3 times that I wanted a Mimosa and not ...
... store. It opened in 1913 and its been making pralines, fudge and Mississippi mud in its small store for over 100 years. We sampled their tasty creole pralines and famous Mississippi mud - which is chocolate fudge with pecans, covered in a layer of caramel.
Walking the French Quarter is the best way to discover it's beauty, and the only way you'll come across hidden gems, such as Lafitte's Blacksmith Bar. Built between 1722 and 1732 it ...
... roamed the sidewalks cocktails in hand. We checked out Decatur St., Bourbon St. and some other of the well-known streets, then looked for a place to have dinner, we chose Landry's known for its seafood and enjoyed blue crab cakes and crawfish bread (which is like bruschetta with crawfish added). We consumed lots of wine and had crème brulee for dessert. Afterwards we took a taxi back to ...
... on royalty - the beads representing their riches, thrown to the people 3. A young pilot by the name of John Bevins Moisant crash landed his plane in the stock yards, where the current airport is located and the airport was named after him. M for Moisant, S is for stock and Y is for yard. 4. The Mississippi twists and turns so much, giving the city of N.O. a bent shape. 5. Eighty five telephone poles, stacked up and covered with a thick layer of poured concrete. ...