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... trail and boardwalk. We saw a few gators and lots of cool spiders everywhere!! It was a nice hike and the temps although hot were tolerable. Jym wore his Gandalf hat so I was joking that I was walking with Gandalf through the gauntlet of spiders…to which he pointed out that Gandalf wasn’t really around when there was any spider fights. LOL.
For dinner we got on the streetcar again. We missed any sunset waiting on the ...
... just me and my darling wife, whom I never would have met had I listened to the nay sayers along the way. Deanne received her own significant tattoo later on Frenchman Street from "Downtown" tattooist Justin, who drew her a Fleur de Lis atop a crossroad. This symbol connected Deanne to her liberated youth in France when she worked on a boat that bore the same emblem. It also connects her to New Orleans where the Fleur de Lis is the local symbol, and ...
After a short drive from Baton Rouge, we've now arrived in New Orleans. Headed out to the famous Bourbon Street tonight - wow, crazy! People everywhere, all kinds of bars, live music, and places to eat. Unlike anything we've seen before.
Had a dinner of cajun chicken, jambalaya and voodoo juice before walking back to our hotel. Off to bed now, big day exploring this city tomorrow!
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... collumns and decorations. A true southern one. We got to take some pics from our bus when we drove past Evergreen Plantation which was used for movies like Django Unchained and 12 Years a Slave. We had a tour at 9:50am to go through Oak Alley and learn about its history. There are these amazing 300 year old oaks that have a path from the plantation to the Mississippi River and this is where its name comes forms. There have been two notable owners of ...
... entertained, I am. Beginning to feel peckish we headed to Jackson Square where I scouted quickly and gave reccomendations to everyone of where they should grab a bite to eat. Tyler filled his mouth with sausage, Polly and Caroline went to Antoine's booth and got the butter beans and the stewed chicken and grits respectively and I, remembering the turtle soup from last year again stopped at the Court of 2 Sisters for more of the same. We ate our lunch, sharing the ...