Greg's New Orleans Holiday
Some people may not consider Mardi Gras a holiday, but in New Orleans it is a huge celebration. Greg's family goes to New Orleans every March for the Mardi Gras event. They have a lot of memories from the most recent Mardi Gras holiday. In New Orleans, Greg especially enjoys the great atmosphere, delicious food, and extravagant parades.
My family always stays in the Le Pavillion hotel. It is located in downtown New Orleans and has historical European d'cor throughout the building. Greg's favorite part about this unique hotel is the hot tub that is located outside on the roof of the hotel. Looking over the balcony, the busy streets of New Orleans are in view. Another special thing about this hotel is that every night, at ten o'clock, they serve peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as a complimentary snack. The Le Pavillion allows Greg's family's stay in New Orleans even more enjoyable.
New Orleans is known for its delicious Creole foods. A few blocks from the Le Pavillion is Mothers Restaurant. It has become a tradition to wait in the extremely long line and eat at Mothers when Greg and his family go to New Orleans. Mothers cannot be judged from its outdated exterior, but it is famous for the world's best baked ham. It is a family own business and one of our family favorites. Another great restaurant is Camellia Grill which is a historical New Orleans landmark. They serve the best breakfast around and last year was Greg's first time to try it. The line for Camellia Grill was just as long as the one at Mothers so Greg and his brother went to the shop next door to look at sporting goods while their dad stood in line. Their breakfast was definitely worth the wait.
Mardi Gras' main event is the Endymion Parade. Greg describse it as a huge Mardi Gras party on wheels. It rolls all around New Orleans and right into the Superdome. Greg and his brother stood right outside the Superdome and caught as many beads as they could. Kid Rock was the...