The Degas House
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... we sauntered around the 'Quarter' just people watching, shopping for whatever might catch our attention, and stopping to take a couple of pictures and talk about what's so great about being here.
Bill: Boats...Trains...and automobiles. Of course, we had to get into the French Quarter by car, driving the RV into Jackson's Square would be absolutely crazy. It was entertaining to get into town via ...
... wings and a beer at Hooters, not a bad result I thought!!
The next morning we got up early and headed to New Orleans and checked into our īhotelī, which was close to all the action but in quite a notoriously bad neighbourhood. New Orleans is an amazing place full of history and tradegy. The town still hasnīt fully recovered from Huricane Katrina in 2005 and due to its geographical position it has seen itīs fair share of disaster. It also has one of ...
Got up relatively early today even though we were tired as we felt we must make use of the gym today as we were going to eat a huge amount of food in the coming week. Couldn't work out what to make of the do not disturb door tag as it seemed to imply both 'do not disturb' and 'make up my room' at the same time. Ian had been stressing about where to hide his cuban cigars and decided that he would take the labels off and put them in the Toblerone ...
Our camp ground is Two blocks away from the french quarter ( FQ) compared too hotel and parking that you pay for the campground at$88 a nite is great.It's very clean the sites are paving stones clean niecist so far.
Our first meal at a bar playing soft jazz, was peices of aligator breaded and deeped fried not bad at all with a side of cheeze frys they were the best I ...
... music covers. At 10pm we went to a $5 burlesque show. We couldn't see much over the crowd but saw enough to be entertained.
We found a bar with a balcony and watched the drunk 'girls' (I won't use the word I'm really thinking of) on the street flashing the guys on the balcony with us, so the guys would throw down plastic bead necklaces. We even saw a flashed muff. Wow. It's not just at Mardi Gras ...