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Music, mint juleps & good friends for some 50s Swamp Pop with the Creole String Beans. #Threadheads
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6/4/15
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#NOWFE2015 was a huge success and great time had by all. Got good reports from guests & friends alike for many different events. What could ever be wrong with an event celebrating food & wine in NOLA?!!
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NOWFE 2015
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Tried a new John Besh restaurant yesterday called Johnny Sanchez. Amazing authentic Mexican - best in NOLA! Beautiful modern decor with a Mexican flair and great margaritas! Highly recommended. 
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dinner at Johnny Sanchez
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Devil moon over Southern California!
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Celebrated St. Joseph's Day today by attending a Catholic altar in his honor. 
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St Joseph's Day altar 2015
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If historic plantation visits are on your New Orleans trip agenda, there is a new and different experience - the Whitney Plantation Museum of Slavery.
>> http://www.gvbb.com/whitney-plantation-museum-of-slavery
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First weekend of Mardi Gras 2015 is in the history books. It was sunny & warm & not over crowded. Great time had by all: guests, family & friends!!
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2/9/15
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Mardi Gras season is here and the parades are about to roll! We’ll be watching the parades from our doorstep and balcony with some of the best sights of the parade floats themselves! 
Behind the Scenes Look >> http://www.gvbb.com/mardi-gras-2015
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Spent a wonderful afternoon touring Whitney Plantation. It's an hour road trip from the B&B and worth the drive. The place is a museum dedicated to slavery and memorializes the lives of over 100,000 slaves throughout history at this property. 
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Whitney Plantation
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Had another fabulous dinner with friends at a classic New Orleans restaurant. While it is a drive out of town & its atmosphere is plain, the food is always wonderful & worth the trip!
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1/11/15
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