Johnny's Po-boys for lunch and attempted to eat sandwiches as big as our heads! They were delicious, and our foodie hearts sang. On our way to the biggest-sandwiches-ever-made we spotted a spice shop, and decided to pop in after eating for a look around. Thirty minutes later, and a couple of dollars later too, we stepped out moving a little deeper into the French Quarter. On our adveture we spotted street performers, heard a little karaoke, and my sister told us a funny story about the Cornstalk Hotel. Apparently it's haunted by a jealous mistress. Oh, and we decided it was probably time to eat again.
Cafe Beignet. I discovered this adorable spot on my last visit to Nola and couldn't resist the urge to visit once again. We shared one order of beignets, so I don't feel the least bit guilty. There was a quartet singing in the streets as we ate, and talked, and enjoyed this very New Orleans treat.
here. big kiss, bekuh
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