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We went on a morning tour of Oak Alley Plantation.
The van was late to arrive and they asked us to walk up a block to Rampart St because they said they could not drive down our street but we saw their vans all over. We had to switch vans at some point. The drive is long and costs more than the plantation.
Oak Alley is in a majestic setting. The slave quarters exhibit is ...
... which is one of the oldest jazz halls in NOLA. The show was amazing and we were able to take a picture of the drummer as part of our continued Humans of the US project. After the show we went to the Black Smith Bar, which is one of the oldest bars in the country and then we went back to the Marigny to hear some more live music. We stopped at a bar after a few hours for a round of pool before heading home. Next stop, Atlanta.
... multiple hauntings. Our guide was lovely and once again we got so much history with the tour. On our floor which is 5, we have a bunch of children who died from yellow fever that play in the halls. Level 6 is where the nun killed herself and that is room 664. There is a two year wait to get this room. Level 3 which the rest of the gang are on has just some activity. Our ballroom has a dancer in it who has the most activity in the hotel. Sadly, there was a wedding on so we ...
... many old plantations in this region, many of which are preserved and now open as heritage houses. We stopped at on such heritage plantation for a wander through its garden. It was not one of the grand huge plantation one imagines, just a small acreage of yucca with a master's house and a few outlying log buildings for a few slaves and other farm equipment. By about 2:30 we were back on the road. Pretty soon the vast open freeway had dwindled down to an ancient double highway ...
... of the street to get the full appreciation of these old mansions.
On the way back to the quarter we decided to go back to Acme..it was just so damn good we needed those oysters again, and it was just as good the second time.
We decided we should go home and pack up to hit the road tomorrow, but of course heard some amazing live jazz coming out of 'a little outside courtyard Café Beignet’. So we stopped for drinks, and ...