The Degas House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... convenient! BUt I am an expert in 'inventing' parking spots, where none existed before.
I asked the bellman what the street parking policies were and they were Saturday (today) free after 1800 and all day Sunday. Sold, I parked across the street and bought a 3 hour ticket to get me to 1800, well 1748 at least! The bellman warned my sometimes drunken streetwalkers will sit on bikes to show off to their friends, but that had happened during Mardi Gras ...
Miles and miles of identical motorway, through forested country, with huge long bridges over swampy river estuaries made up the journey along the Gulf Coast to New Orleans. Rest area with dump point and WiFi. Crossed three states, Alabama into Mississippi and then Louisiana.
Stopped at a Welcome Centre to collect ...
... you got those shoes man, the time and the place and when I do you gonna give me 20 bucks for getting it right" so of course Greig agreed and immediately old mate announced, in hysterical fits of laughter "you got them shoes right here on yo feet right now..."! I couldn't stop laughing at his genius wit and Greig handed over the cash.
We had a lovely walk around the markets and ate some super yummy ...
We eventually made our way to Canal Street where we got a decent view of the parade and only Pete managed to nearly get trampled by a mounted policeman! While Pete and I were busy catching beads, coins etc. Jake was busy locking lips with one of the women we made our way to the parade with! Then he had the cheek to disappear with her! Eventually Pete and I got bored, found Jake and headed home, stopping off for a quick and lovely late night burger before joining the girls back ...
... first parade of the season & saw celebrations for the 200th anniversary of the New Orleans War! I wish I could say the same about our timing of the weather - it was a very chilly -1C Yes MINUS 1 in New Orleans - I wasn't expecting that!! This is the 2nd blast of artic air that has set records in Southern States (1st one in November in Georgia). I guess I can't complain, some folks had it a lot worse up North!