The Degas House
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... 1903. For those that want to know more or see pictures of inside the house you will need to go onto their website. No photos where allowed inside.
Next stop Biloxi, Mississippi Visitor Centre and Lighthouse. This was to be a quick restroom break and photo op of the lighthouse. But once I walked through the doors I knew I had to go back and get Gordon. "Besides offering a wealth ...
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The plan for the evening was to see one of the biggest stars in New Orleans, a man who needs no introduction, who has his own gravitational force and zip sip code, Big Al Carson. The wrench in it all was everyone was feeling a bit knackered, Speck had showered and lay down for a nap, Tyler was a frenetic ball of energy until he sat down and closed his eyes for a nap he nearly never awoke from and the Polly's could go either way. However Tyler had ...
... with winter coat on top. We caught the 10:00 shuttle, did a bit of walking and found a place to have lunch. We looked for the same place we had lunch on Sunday but it was closed. Then we walked to Canal St. to watch the parade. We caught the end of the Zulu parade and then the Rex parade - Rex means king so King Rex was in this parade. Afterwards we found a couple of bars to hang out in (get warm and enjoy some music) not to mention do some ...
... together with the heroic tales. It was a very sad & moving exhibit with stories of outstanding people. But it was also disappointing to hear how some people reacted so very very badly. We learnt that since a hurricane in 1965 forced people to their roof tops many folks started keeping axes in the attic as hurricane preparedness. On display was one families axe that they had to use!! One fellow was so worried he wouldn't make it out alive he wrote ...
... Next day we headed back in and were bowled over by the best ADHD non-stop yapster on route tour from the guy who drives the shuttle bus into the city from our campground. He was chock full of an over abundance of the quirkiest New Orleans facts and tid bits. And it all flowed continuously without even a second for him to breathe between one fascinating bizarre nugget to the next. “Chiquita Banana Man’s house there....and Mother Pluckers Cluckers ...