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... about Lake Ponchartrain is that it is the second largest salt-water lake in the U.S. It also has a causeway that goes through the middle of it connecting New Orleans area with the northern part of the lake. The Causeway is the largest over the water highway bridge in the world and is over 23 miles long. We enjoyed the campground. It overlooked the water and there was a restaurant/bar and a gift shop on location. We listened to a jazz band one night ...
... bikes, the rain was starting to set in so we headed home, dropped the bikes and returned to the city by bus. We overshot our drop off point… by now it was dark and raining heavily, so it was really difficult to figure out where we were! The bus driver was really helpful giving us directions and we made it back into the centre of music and food. Heading for the supermarket to get a few supplies, we ...
... a reflection of my own face in the glass. The guy asked me to email the picture to him anyway. This was just as much a history tour as a ghost tour but the guide was good and the stories interesting.
Thursday October 2, 5.30pm
Room 1444, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans
Woke before the alarm and checked out the pool on the roof, which is quite nice, but the views over the New Orleans skyline are fairly uninspiring. Bought a bottle water from the little shop near ...
... our boarding passes, get through security and find and get to our boarding gate all before boarding at 8-30am. I have set the alarm for 6 -30 and reckon that is the absolute latest we can get up (Paul has already complained about having to get up so early) and when we get up, he still has to pack. I have done all my packing the night before and typically end up stressing while Paul gets organised. A hot tip for would-be travelers- find a traveling companion ...
... of the children that died of tuberculosis & yellow fever.
After the tour, we tried the mint julep. Yuk. It's made of bourbon which I don't like anyway and it was sickly sweet.
We got back to the city around 5ish and hung around the dock for our Mississippi River Dinner Cruise.
These are 2 of the ladies that were ...