BC: THE END
FC: New Orleans March 19-26 2011
1: Linda & Pat | Dan & Jill | Tom & Carol | Tom & Donna
2: Saturday, March 19 Walk to Hotel Conte for drinks. | "Do the Hucklebuck, Linda!" Wiggle like a snake, waddle like a duck, that's the way you do it when you do the Hucklebuck!
3: Next to the Bombay Club for more drinks. | We proceeded to have more drinks and dinner at the Bourbon House.
4: 935 St. Peter Street New Orleans
6: Sunday, March 20 Breakfast at the Court of Two Sisters, appetizers at Margaritaville, and dinner at Brennan's
7: Besides street entertainment, there are city tours, plantation tours, cemetery tours, paddle boat tours, etc.
8: This is Cemetery No. 1.- Voodoo Queen upper right
9: Wheresh my mouth? | Bet I can finish first! | Look honey - there's an extra! | Sipping partners. | Mmmmm. All that sugar!
10: Mon., March 21 Mothers for lunch/brunch
11: Dinner at Amanos. | I was filling in for Linda!
12: Tuesday, March 22 Breakfast at Cafe DuMonde. | Beignets anyone? | You need a coffee shooter after all that sugar!
13: Do I smell alcohol? | Tuesday lunch at Pierre Maspero's and dinner at Acme Oyster.
14: Dan finally got his wish - a WHOLE truck of Southern Comfort!
17: Wednesday, March 23 Breakfast at the Coffee Pot and dinner at G.W. Fins
18: Thursday, March 24 Lunch at YoMama - fresh boiled crawdads!!!! 14 lb. devoured. | Later - dinner at Coops.
19: Friday, March 25 Brunch at Camellia Grill. Off to drink a Sazerac at the Roosevelt. Ingredients: Sazerac rye whiskey, Peychaud's bitters and sugar. Ingredients for a Basil Julip: Basil Hayden Bourbon, simple syrup, fresh basil, and lemon. | Appetizers at Domenica. Dinner at Redfish Grill.
20: Saturday, March 26, sadly our last day! Spent the morning eating and drinking at the seafood festival.
22: Plantation Tour | Our Tour Guide
23: Crawdad remains, the wig shop, Katrina museum, jazz in the streets and Ward 9 homes just a few New Orleans sites.
25: Sites of New Orleans