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... too big. We did see a plate of nachos going to another table and it was huge. The dip was mostly cheesy sauce, not much vegetable content.
After dinner we went back to Legends of Jazz park and listened to "Steamboat Willie" who had been on a break when we wandered by earlier. They were good. We shared a frozen margarita, tipped the band and were home about 11 without getting mugged or shot. Apparently shooting happens mostly after ...
... place called Dat Dog. Ever heard of an alligator hot dog? Well now you have and I will tell you that it was the best hot dog I have ever had. Hands down. On the ground. It was really flavoursome and meaty and had soft bread that just melted in your mouth. Oh. My. God. So good. Also at this place was a woman who was pushing her dog in a pram. Yes, you read that correctly. What was worse was that the pram appeared to be specially made for dogs. Only in America. ...
... had just ordered a shrimp roll. I ate and moved towards the samsung stage. I didn't know the band here but they sounded good. They even did a Rage against the Machine cover. This crowd had a more hippy vibe. They were using blankets and laying in the sun rather then the chair army at the main stage. I headed back to the main stage. First I had to use a toilet and saw lots of portable toilets on the outside fence of the horse track I was walking on. I found it interesting how, ...
... the Mississippi, made our way northward through the French Quarter Market area, about four blocks of covered arcade, then west to Royal street, back south to canal Street again, and the bus back here to the hotel for a bit of a rest by 4:30. Not a long distance, but it took us 5 hours what with the official and unofficial music stages every block or so. Music ranged from brass band jazz, country, R&B, but our favourites were the smaller jazz combos. The most notable ...
... door.. It took about four hours and we saw many different neighborhoods, we could feel the change from one to another as we passed certain streets..a very unforgettable experience.
When we finally got back to the French quarter there was a huge street party going down on bourbon street with a great live band.. so despite our achy feet, we decided to partake for a couple of songs.
By the time we go home ...
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