Canal Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Away by 730 and our group is joined by Steve who is Alan room mate. We have a lovely ride through forested areas for about 140 miles. Sun on our back no traffic on the road. Superb riding. We eventually join the I 10 interstate at Pensicola and make our way to New Orleans.
We get hit by a massive thunderstorm, down to very slow speeds and a good old drenching. ...
... and left (with our beers because you can drink outside here) to a place called "The Other Bar" for the downtime between bands. This bar was so much fun. They have tons of games! We were playing a screwed up game of skee ball. The points were all messed up. The hole that you get zero for gave you 100,000 points, but only sometimes. Other times it just didn't register that a ball was even thrown. There was also a game and this is how it worked: there was a giant washer tied to a ...
Today was our final full day in New Orleans, so we took the lads to ihop for a farewell breakfast. We had to wait for ages, but as always they were good pancakes so can't complain too much. We had booked a swamp tour for the afternoon and by the time we had eaten we only had an hour to kill so went back to start packing and then we headed back out!
The tour was with a company called Cajun Encounters and took us around the Honey Island region ...
... br> What makes this place so unique are the people & architecture. The people of New Orleans & southwest Louisiana came from diverse roots. As we learnt on our travels many Arcadian French settlers came from Nova Scotia between 1765 & 1785. Over time the term Acadians became shortened to Cajuns. In addition Spanish, German & French immigrants came too. Some Louisianans of African decent also shared French culture, they were known ...
... were getting used to it but the speed is very present with the top down. It's a huge ear slapping exercise in a convertible over 65mph. It's like a buffeting and a bass drumming sound that makes it impossible to have a conversation or think properly after distance. We are flying and using hand signals at one another. I'm yelling. It's invigorating. We exit the freeway into the French Quarter and start driving down the streets. The thing with Jock is he can't just cruise ...