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... out it is quite the opposite, it's effectively a religion which believes in alternative cures and shares many beliefs with that of Catholicism. At the end of the tour we huddled back into the museum to cool down when all of a sudden Candice leapt from her seat into the air and scarpered out of the building. Turns out a staff member had pulled a live snake (an important figure in ...
... I think walking is probably the way to go. I will say that with Hurricane Katrina a lot of the roads are still in need of repair. We couldn't believe the pot holes, ripples and uneven pavement. I guess the horses don't mind?
Jackson Square represents the most historical part of New Orleans. We'll leave the historical importance of the square up to you folks. From the river the square leads into the ...
... but the soul, as NO is one of the most obese cities in USA. I have to say I seem to have developed a right belly on me in the past month... On our last day, as we waited for the bus back to the campground they were playing the panpipes on the steamboat. So we danced and played with Eva who had behaved impeccably throughout 8 hours of sightseeing that day. When we got on the bus, the ever lovely elderly of USA, commented on how lovely she was, how well behaved and ...
... I was on a rollercoaster of emotions about Gordon, people were smiling at me all night, asking to take pictures with me, giving me high fives, etc. The same was true for Erik. As if I were already in love with New Orleans enough, it gave me more love that night than I’d felt in a while. I even caught my prized beads - complete with po’boys - at this parade. Erik and I were both pretty amused and extremely happy about Krewe de Vieux and continued to ...
... we live in a country free from war because of those that have sacrificed their lives. So many countries we have visited are not as fortunate.
You haven't seen a country's passion for a sport until you've experienced American Super Bowl. I guess the only difference to footy or the horse races in Aussie, cricket or soccer in England or ruby or sailing in NZ, is the impact Super Bowl has to a nation with over 320million people. Every year, this huge country pauses ...
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