Thursday, October 24, 2013

Who Dat!

We are already getting ready for the 2014 Mardi Gras season. If you don't book your room multiple months in advance you might find the French Quarter sold out when you arrive. If you've never experienced the jazz, food, parades and over all great atmosphere for New Orleans during this time of year, I'd highly recommend taking some time to visit. There is a Harrah's casino at the base of the central business district for all you poker players. The games during Mardi Gras are filled with drunk tourist fishes. :)

Burbon St

Bourbon St located in the
'Vieux Carre' section

You foodies will love NOLA. The French Quarter is a melting pot of French, Spanish, Cajun and Creole influences that all add up to a very American neighborhood. Born as a French territory in 1718 and raised by the Spanish until the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the French Quarter today reflects and embraces the diversity of the U.S.A.

Watching some Louis CK comedy at the moment.. Here is the link, if you feel like laughing at inappropriate things for awhile

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