Over Thanksgiving weekend, my family opted to do something a little non-traditional and head out of town for the holiday. Rather than my sister, Kelly, coming back to St. Louis from her current city of Baton Rouge, my mother, father and I headed down South to celebrate with her there. After a night in Baton Rouge catching up with Kelly over a stitched together Thanksgiving dinner and a bottle of rosé, we headed even further South to New Orleans.
We were incredibly lucky to have 65-degree weather days the entire weekend, with lots of street musicians to keep us company, a fabulous tour guide to keep us laughing and informed, and plenty of NOLA liquid hospitality to keep us feeling good. One night resulted in accidentally ending up onstage at a drag show, 4:30am diner hangs, and the hangover of the year. Nothing a little drunken brunch couldn't help, of course.
I really enjoyed making my Portland recap, so I continued the tradition with our Thanksgiving weekend. Thanks again for watching!
French Quarter: (0:00-:22) (:40-:44) (:53-1:00) (2:38-3:22) (3:41-3:50)
Jackson Square: (:23-:39) (2:38-3:40)
Garden District: (:45-:52)
Place d'Armes Hotel: (1:01-1:10)
Cafe du Monde: (1:11-1:21)
City Park: (1:22-1:35)
AllWays Lounge: (1:36-1:53)
Hi-Ho Lounge: (1:54-2:08)
Clover Grill: (2:16-2:28)
The Court of Two Sisters: (2:29-2:37)
Joey K's: (4:05-4:12)
Lit Pizza: (4:13-4:16)