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... and pork chicken and duck confit crackling. It was all very delicious and we had a FrenchPearl cocktail. All very lovely in an Art deco with pressed tin wall and a piano player playing jazz. The bar tender was extremely good and very professional making extremely good cocktails. We left and went back up Bourbon street for a final look. Andrew was hoping for some boobs to flop out somewhere. It was as usual seedy and busy. We went back and bought our presents as ...
... at one point the piano lady played Live and Let Die. This just brought back memories of my mothers nightmare of the voodoo man leaping out of the coffin and abducting us. A scene from that film which she obviously took as fly -on- the wall documentary. It has been an excellent day. 21.54 After a breather in the hotel we went off for Cajun food at the Gumbo Shop. Bit mushy all told and possibly designed for tourists like us, not a ...
... car front and back of it making them drive on the rim until they got to a lay by We finally arrived at our destination in the district of Treme which is within walking distance to the French Quarter. Liberty our host and her partner Pops were very welcoming. The house is very old, Creole style and the lower floor was flooded with a foot of water during Hurricane Katrina. You can still ...
... I was expecting. I decided it was time to explore nonetheless. New Orleans is definitely one of the more interesting places I've been to. The French Quarter especially is worth a visit. All the buildings look like they've been unchanged since they were built by the French and Spanish. Courtesy of it's geography this rings true. Hurricane Katrina seemed to affect everywhere but the French Quarter, which to me felt a bit like a tourism conspiracy. I guess they couldn't have ...
... selling everything from purses and jewelry to Mardi Gras masks and voodoo dolls; and food vendors selling anything you might be hungry (or not) for.
We bought a few small treasures and then move toward the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans.
We walked down ...