Henry Howard House
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... in New Orleans and maybe be a shorter cruise and old ship hence less expensive it is more of a party crowd than other cruises I have been on. Yet as I say there are still locations to get away from the noise and crowds. One such place is the sitting near the coffee show. I am right now there sitting by the windows and enjoying the view of the ...
... stops the car and gets out. I am looking at the gap between the cars. Jock!! He say what? You have left a foot again. They won't be able to get into their car. So he gets back in. I can hear the seat belt beeping. He backs out and back in again. This time he's probably the most crooked of all his attempts. He turns the car off and gets out. As we are walking into the place, a young couple pass us and get in the Honda parked next to us. The back out and we watch them ...
... more than we would have had we done the same trip on our own.
He explains a lot about the history of NO and it's various incarnations. When we think of the French Quarter, we naturally think of the French, but in fact all the homes built by the French were burned down in the fires of 1788 and 1794, so the city was actually rebuilt in Spanish style as that's who owned it at the time. NO has variously been occupied by Native Americans, French, Spanish, French again ...
... our styrofoam cooler and stocking
up, we left it in our room and headed to Jackson Square. We just
wandered the quarter a bit this first day. Had beignets at Cafe du Monde.In the evening we headed up
to the balcony and had wine and snacks and watched the rather
interesting people go by on the street below.
I think having
traveled extensively ...
... we were ready to catch the streetcar and head to the museum. Almost a plan ...the first two streetcars were fine then at the next stop about a hundred people from an army reunion group were waiting to go the same way as us! We went the in the other direction for two stops and changed lines so when we got back to the original stop we had a seat! Clever! The Louisiana State Museum explained those questions we had about the Louisiana Purchase and filled us in on the history of ...