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... are loving wandering about. I twisted my ankle on the uneven cobblestones and it has slowed me down a little but have iced and strapped it and think the alcohol numbs the pain! The past two evenings we have been to see live bands down in Frenchmen's street and had great evenings. I think I will find it hard to recover from the sensory overload when we return home and back to reality.
The gumbo was very tasty, as all gumbo seems to be, and came with a large bread roll and butter. The tasting plate had a fried oyster, a duck confit spring roll and a prawn in coconut and beer batter deep fried and served on a pool of marmalade. All good, the the prawn and marmalade worked really well together and was the pick for me. I told the waitress I was planning on dessert but couldn't fit anymore in, but she bought me a little plate of the bread ...
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We sailed into the airport, having passed over the vast pains of the south and middle of the country and then found ourselves flying over the waterways just outside New Orleans. Once we had landed and had an incredibly short and efficient journey through baggage control and out onto ...
... the room booked. The pictures of the hotel were very nice and with a price that affordable we figured we could pay the extra $20 to park in New Orleans and still come out ahead on money. After all, these side trips were built into the itinerary as a cheap experience. The numerous money-saving applications recently downloaded to my phone were to assist in accomplishing that goal.
After pulling over for gas, Jessica entered in a conversation with a local ...
... and very nice it was too - and we really mean that. Left a nice big tip just to be on the safe side!
Anyway here we are in the deep south enjoying a very sedate taxi ride to our hotel in New Orleans . What a change from that crazy stuff in NY. A lovely Creole lady driver who is driving very carefully while humming very tunefully. Sorry when we have to get out at our hotel.
Staying right in the middle of the French Quarter , on the corner of Bourbon and Canal Sts. Rather ...