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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the crooked Mustang. On the way back to the car Jock is pointing and saying we passed a place, although the direction he's pointing we haven't been yet. So I stop him. Which way? This way he points again. Ok I say which way is our hotel. He thinks for a moment. It's this way. He points again almost the opposite direction of where it actually is. You're a spinning compass! He just laughs. I'm pointing at where our hote is and saying I'm serious, Rubbish he says, ...
... and slavery from most of the rest of the southern American states. There was slavery here, but before there was, there were also free men of colour and very liberal laws (for the time) around rights for them and for women.
Milton shares a lot of information with us as we walk around the quarter and way too much for me to share here, but he keeps us enthralled. Last port of call on the tour is the cemetery and I will include photos. We see the grave of the ...
Everyone was pretty full from lunch so we had a little happy hour in the courtyard when we got home.Because I had an afternoon session to attend the next day I tried to call it a night early. But John came in and hauled me out to go back to Bourbon Street.
So we went back to Bourbon Street and found a nice place, it is an outdoor seating area with music that is not amped up. I ...
... I had seen yet in America. Detailed, iron balconies protruded out of the front of old style buildings with flowers hanging down over windows with shutters. We passed men who looked extremely 'New Orleansy' with long hair, moustaches and guitars on their backs. It was a very exciting time for both of us. In comparison to all the tall cities like NYC and Chicago, the shops and houses here were all on 2 or 3 levels with rustic brick work and old signs hanging ...
... So in the areas closest to the lake the damage was extensive but in other areas the water just gradually rose. Almost 8 years after Katrina the most obvious affects are still seen in some of the poorest districts like the Upper and Lower Ninth wards, some only 2 blocks from the breaches. Most of the homes are the so called 'shot-gun' architecture, simple long houses, one room wide with no hallways. Of this housing style it is said you could shot a chicken out in the backyard ...