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Old 01-18-2008, 03:07 PM
 
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Yes, NOLA is indeed in a position to "receive guests". Pass the word.

I spent an extra day in NOLA after the AQ reunion cruise. Phil and I were easily able to resume, even for one day, our "normal" NOLA routine. Breakfast at the St Charles Tavern, trolley to the Quarter, roam around a bit, coffee and begnies (sp??) at Cafe DuMonde and finally a stroll through the Riverwalk enroute back to the boat. Plenty of foot traffic, everybody open for business. Come home to NOLA, they're waiting for us.

And as I tell everyone who asks why I love NOLA so much.

How can you not love a place where everybody calls you "baby"?

Paul
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