You can't help but tell stories about the "good old days" when you have friends in town. This weekend was no different. The Napleon House holds too many memories for me to count. During my graduate school days at the Tulane School of Social Work in the late 70s, some of my classmates and I would catch the streetcar from uptown down to ther French Quarter. We'd have a soft drink and a quarter of a muffelata at the Napoleon House and then go over to the Cafe du Monde for a café au lait and beignets. Our hot night out on the town cost under $5. It was perfect on a graduate school budget! I'm not sure what that hot night would cost today-I know the streetcar would be $1.25 each way, but I'm not sure of the exact price of the rest. I'm guessing you could make it happen today for under $12...hmmm, maybe it's time to do a little experiential research!