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One Last Muffaletta and Stroll Down Royale Street

Saturday morning while many people were making their way into New Orleans for the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival we were looking to beat the crowds and make our way out of town after having a great Friday at Jazzfest. Over the last three days we absorbed as much New […]

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Entertained from Royale Street to Louis Armtrong Park: Jazzfest Day 2

The following is part two of a series. Please click here to view part one.   On our 1st full day in the big easy we fully immersed ourselves in the four things that draw us south to New Orleans a few times a year, food, drink, history & music. Royale Street has quickly become […]

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New Orleans: Last Day, Cafe Beignet

In a previous post I mentioned that we visited the famous Cafe Du Monde during our trip to New Orleans, I also mentioned why you should visit this historic spot at least once when in the Crescent City. I then explained why after paying homage to the the mecca of beignets, I am not falling […]

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You Say Muffaletta, I say Muffalatta: New Orleans Day 2 / Morning

Previous New Orleans Post: PoBoys, Strippers, Huge Ass Beers and History: All in Day’s Walk in the French Quarter Despite reports that New Orleans was set to get two days of heavy rain, we decided to set out early on our second day and do a little sightseeing before the forecasted rains moved in that […]

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PoBoys, Strippers, Huge Ass Beers and History; A Days Walk in the French Quarter

To see the previous post about our trip to New Orleans click here After gathering our luggage we grabbed a cab and made our way towards the hotel. As we transited the overpass adjacent to the Superdome, it was difficult not to think of the images that were shown over and over on TV of […]

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Traveling to New Orleans with a Baby Sponge

They say that babies don’t remember much of anything before the age of 2 or 3.  Its been theorized that a child Devin’s age (9 months) will lose memory of things he sees today but if that’s the case where do these memories go?  One look in his eyes and its evident he is actively […]

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Big City Sandwiches – The New Orleans

I caught up with Big City Sandwiches last weekend at the Durham’s Farmers market. BCS prides itself on making specialty sandwiches featuring farm fresh produce, homemade condiments and sides, fresh deli meats all stuffed inside local artisan breads. BCS niche is bringing unique sandwiches from various big cities to the streets of the Triangle. BCS is […]

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