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... while in New Orleans. Temps are pretty warm and humid here - in the 80's.
Wednesday morning (4/9), we put Sandy in doggy day care so we can spend the day in NO without having to worry about him. We didn't want to leave him in the motorhome all day and it was way too hot/humid to take him with us. He was pretty excited to go - I think he needed that doggy play time. They were so accommodating and you could tell he ...
Today was my last in Rhode Island and Corrigan's mum, Melanie kindly said she would take me around and give me a tour of the areas in Newport as she had the day off. My tour began with a trip into Newport, along some of the back streets and along the coast. We stopped off at a memorial statue for the French soldiers who had helped in the revolutionary war. The deep root of French and English rugby rivalry revealed to me! I hadn't known that the French were involved ...
... of profiteroles for dessert, one was enough, 3 was over the top! Even some of the best top end restaurants still seem to need to have large serves. The hot sauce shops are to be seen to be believed. In one shop there were at least 40-50 kinds of salsa and hot sauces and I have never seen so many kinds of Tabasco, it is made in New Orleans. Another NO speciality is the beignet which is deep fried choux pastry - it is the ...
During the concert our energy definately began to flag and we left early to get a bite and go back to the room. Caroline had a po-boy from Ninja Something or Other that had carrots, steak and zuchinni on it. I had a couple of Boudin Balls that are best described as pulled pork mixed with rice, formed in a ball and deep fried and then served with a spicy mayo. We ate and walked back to the DoubleTree where I soon fell asleep while Caroline watched Hell's Kitchen.
... district, sampling some local French donuts called beignets, which are tasty treats covered in icing sugar. On the way back, we drove past New Orleans's grandest homes, including the home of author, Anne Rice. There are some truly spectacular homes here, with the oldest being the most expensive.
After our tour, we were dropped back in town where the cold wind was quite unpleasant. The kids headed home and Gary and I braved the ...