Super 8 - Covington
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... affected all the people in the area. Very moving. At the end of the tour, we got back to New Orleans and checked into our new hotel. We then went to find Mothers Restaurant, another recommendation from the lovely Claire. We each had a Po Boy. A Po boy is a sandwich made of meat and cabbage and pickles and mustard. We walked for 4 hours afterwards trying to digest its awesomeness! View photos. They were seriously good. ...
... area in the "main" hotel building. Across the side street is another building with rooms from floors 2-8 and another funky lounge/library. A variety of little spaces that can be closed off from one another were open to create one very cool urban industrial space. Stacy enjoyed the Gramophone accessory for iPads/iPhones. It's a "docking station" that takes the speaker output of ...
known as "The Big Easy" because of its gentle, slow and easy way of life. It is also known as the birthplace of Jazz,
it is a city unique in every way and a must stop location of anyone that loves
We had been
there on our two previous visits to the States, but this was different, this
was Mardi Gras Time. Mardi Gras was
first mentioned in 1781 in a report to the ...
... end of Canal Street to get there, but sounds really good. There’s apparently lots of live bands (I think Ronny said seven stages), 50 food stalls (all better and cheaper than the restaurants in the Quarter), $2 beers, $3 mixed drinks, and all for a $20 entry fee. He also recommended Frenchmans Street which is where the locals tend to hang out as it’s a lot cheaper than the Quarter. Sounds like my Friday’s already planned out for me.
Ronny also ...
... man, you look like you carrying a baby!". He then proceeded to tell Vaughan it would be better to get me knocked up and get us a real one and that we should practice, practice, practice.
Vaughan didn't really want to receive any more marital advice at this point so turned us down one of the many narrow roads in the French quarter, for a more scenic route to the laundrette.
On our way back we discovered one of the best, most authentic ...