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#TuesdayThoughts What's not easy about "The Big Easy"

Front Steps on Amelia Street, wearing a French Market find.      I recently got to spend a  week in New Orleans also  known as " The Big Easy" .  History permeates this city from the French Quarter to the Garden District and beyond. The side streets, the French Market, St. Charles Avenue Trolley, Magazine Street and the historic homes have filled many a manuscript with ghost stories and legends. Here are a couple of things I found that were not easy about, The Big Easy . 1. Where to eat , Bonjour comment p uis-je decider !!! the discussions would start at breakfast on where to eat for lunch or dinner. The choices seem over whelming, but something that works for me when I travel is to zero in on location and the types of food I personally enjoy. When in NOLA I gravitate towards Cajun and French cuisine. Olde Nawlins Cookery ( 205 Bourbon Street ) and  the deli counter at Rouses Lower Garden District are equally worthy for winning top place for #crawfish. The La