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Seeing how far things have come since Katrina is very inspiring. There are still many vacant lots and houses in disrepair but the ones that have been rebuilt or repaired are painted bright colors the resilience of people is amazing, worth the drive.
Wonderful piece of New Orleans history. The place that made many of the black Indian costumes famous during Mardi Gras. Played a role in the HBO series Treme.
Proprietor is a wonderful man willing to spend time and tell you his story.
Great place to visit. So worth it.
Friendly, free. Well restored military machines outside. An abundance. A lot of history, both worldly and local. Would highly recommend to fans of Military history. Between the Lower Ninth Ward and Arabi areas, so stick to the main roads.
Highly recommend donations. Everything has been rebuilt and restored post Katrina - these folks worked hard to rebuild and deserve respect...
Ramon was an excellent host and took us on several short tours in between heading to different fishing areas. We were able to see places in New Orleans that can only be seen on water. And it was amazing to see how many people actually live in these places that have to be accessed by water.
Fishing was an experience...
We bought this on groupon and was a little nervous upon entering the neighborhood. In a run down area, far from downtown New Orleans. However, upon arriving, the waitress was very pleasant and seated us in an upscale dining area with tall ceilings, brightly painted walls, large cream moulding and pillars. The food was copious and delicious. We had redfish...