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... one. It seems everyone else has their hair up as well. I swear it keeps you 10 degrees cooler.
As evening descended we went to eat dinner at Red Fish Grill, another recommendation of a friend. I was looking forward to this one. And rightfully so. The food was AMAZING and the service was the best we have had so far. I had the Red Snapper and Jym the Filet Mignon. They were both amazing. We actually shared them ...
... the city so I got the opportunity to see some of the famous shops and sights, like the cathedral. However I just didn't feel the vibe that the others did - most of our group absolutely loved New Orleans, but for me I could take it or leave it. I did find the high prevalence of voodoo and witchcraft very strange, especially the row of ...
... for it's mix of french and cajun fusion, but we didn't get to try all the southern culinary delights, not enough time.
We did the tourist 'swamp people' air boat tour and it was pretty cool. The air boat just glides over the water and even grassed islands without a bump. Stopped and fed the 'gators' in various spots, while our guide gave us information on the wildlife and the canal area including stories of Hurricane Katrina. He and his family have a ...
... the 1861-65 Civil War) mansion in town. We were led on an informative tour by a young woman, dressed in a costume from that era. The house was built in 1858 by Frederick Stanton, who made his fortune as a cotton broker, then as owner of more than 16,000 acres of cotton plantations.
We continued our journey with a stop in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Visiting Louisiana is a ...
... me the most was the fact that there was no dominant demographic around. There were people literally all ages from children to grandparents. And funnily enough everyone was simply there for a good time. The French market was exactly as you'd imagine. Stalls full of crafty stuff but mainly just touristy things that would break straight away. Out on the streets there was buskers everywhere. Probably about one every 20 metres or so along the main strip. And they were impressive. ...