No breakfast today, as we got ready and went straight to the Friends of The Jefferson Public Library. It was being held a The Pontchartrain Center in Kenner about 30 minutes from the French Quarter. We loaded up on some books and videos (probably more than we should have, since now I've got to get them stuffed into the car for the trip back home).
On the way back in we stopped at Parkway Bakery and Tavern for a roast beef po boy, bread pudding and some long neck Barq's. They were packed at 3:00, I don't know how busy they must be at lunch. This was a good sandwich and I like the bread pudding which has a rum sauce.
Back to the apartment and some crazy rushing back to where I first parked the car when we returned this afternoon, when a space came open in front of the apartment (makes it easier to load out in the morning). We walked down to Acme, but the line was tremendous, so decided to eat at Camellia Grill, but on the way, we thought Chartres House looked good, but it was so noisy in the back, that we left and went across the street to our original destination, Camellia Grill or The Grill as they like to call it. Peggy had a pecan waffle and I had ham and cheese on rye. She also ordered a side of bacon and they REALLY gave her a side of bacon (see photo) above. This will be the last entry for this trip. Normally, I'm ready to go home, whether we've been here two weeks or six weeks, but this time I really don't give a whit about going back to Greenville....and I don't even know what a "whit" is!