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    Senior Member Dardeau's Avatar
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    I agree on the St. Charles street car, it's a great way to see the uptown half of New Orleans. It's under construction but I don't know where, I live downtown and don't get that way too often. Restaurants: I started writing a list of great places but realized it was getting really long. What kind of food do you like, and what kind of dining experience do you like. And if you are a certain kind of person be prepared to never want to leave.

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    Also let me know when you'll be here and maybe we can have dinner.

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    We loved riding the trolley...we didn't love getting in a wreck with a Minivan, having to climb out the window, and walking all the way back to Canal St in July...of course, I'm sure that's a rare experience.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Welcome to New Orleans the best organized city in the Caribbean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dardeau View Post
    Welcome to New Orleans the best organized city in the Caribbean.


    I haven't heard that one before...but it's spot on!
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Hi you haven't responded to my email's or pm on a matter of my purchase which should have arrived a long time ago and was hoping for some feedback so we can sort this out.
    Uh... Not the place dude
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    Lafitte Guest House is an old traditional house that is wonderful. Breakfast at Brennan's is mandatory. Eggs Bayou Lafourche are my favorite. Don't miss Friday afternoon at Galatoire's. Everyone is dressed in finery and they drink champagne all afternoon. Be there at 11:30 to hope to get a seat, and wear a coat and tie. The puffed potatoes with hollandaise go perfectly with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot. Emeril's NOLA has the best "barbecued shrimp" with rosemary biscuit. K-Paul's Blackened Twin Beef Tenders with Debris are exceptional. And don't miss Johnny's Po-Boys. New Orleans is like no other place anywhere. You will love it.
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    Keep in mind if you want to go to Commander's Palace. They have a pretty strict dress code. No shorts, no tennis shoes or sandals for men. It doesn't matter if you paid $1k for a pair of shorts they will not seat you. It's also preferred that men wear a jacket for dinner.

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    With all these suggestions you'll need to spend two weeks there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    We loved riding the trolley...we didn't love getting in a wreck with a Minivan, having to climb out the window, and walking all the way back to Canal St in July...of course, I'm sure that's a rare experience.
    Unfortunately, they're not that rare. I was never involved in a streetcar accident when I lived there, but I saw my share.
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