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... just what is going on so I could check on what game was playing as well as other things like where to go to see the Katrina devastation and how to get there. The smartphone is truly a very useful gadget. The rest of the we checked out some places we have seen like St Louis Cathedral and around town as well as picking up souvenirs. We enjoyed super at Bubba Gump's which was fun. We took some time at PJ's Coffee house in the French Quarter just resting and headed back ...
... and clean, and everything worked, including the Wi-Fi so I was happy. On heading out to dinner I struck the same problem that we have every night. Jock's complete inability to CHOOSE ANYTHING. I said I'm going to have a wine, and we managed to find a place that said they had live music. It was getting dark, and the other thing was I was drinking and so Jock said he wouldn't drink and be the sober driver. Now there's a whole host of idiosyncrasies that Jock has. Any one ...
... after this are on their way to Vegas, then California. Funny. Preservation Hall is packed (as I think it is every night) and the group is made up of old blokes who have been around a time or two. I love this old jazz.
I will be sad to leave New Orleans. This southern hospitality and food is hard to beat. I have to say though it is definitely a town of the have and have-nots. We have seen a lot of homeless, disabled and very poor people. Despite that, we ...
... Evan has been to New Orleans before though it was a while ago. He took me down Bourbon Street and started reminiscing about where he drank at. Lol Maybe it's because I'm past that point in my life but Bourbon Street held no interest for me and I found it kind of creepy. We walked it and then headed to the St. Louis Cathedral. Before we got to it, we stopped at Cafe Maspero. It had ...
... with the hostel group getting super drunk on bourbon street and having a merry time. It was great
We woke up with dry throats and feeling like ****. Had breakfast which is provided by the hostel and began exploring the city on foot.
We just returned now from walking around the French quarter. It is a very pretty place, and littered with century old French style houses. We re walked bourbon st (lots quiter during the day) looked In art galleries, ...