Maison de Lagniappe
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... of weapons.
One of the aspects I enjoyed was the short films and short audio recordings they had. The recordings were remembrances of various aspects of the war form Americans, English and German soldiers. It really brought out a different aspect of the war for me hearing the individual stories. We spent close to 3 hours in the museum having lunch first than seeing the exhibits.
After the Museum we headed back to ...
... 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 ...
... them" all run together. This makes perfect sense to us as Aussies run all their words together all the time. We save that to the memory banks for later.
The Cemetery itself is interesting and parts of it are quite old. All of the graves are above-ground which was the custom of the Spaniards and other Europeans of the time. Many of the graves have fallen into disrepair, but many are also lovingly restored by an organisation that provides perpetual care. The cemetery ...
... But we liked it here. Pros: clean rooms, friendly
staff, LOCATION!!! Cons: our room faced the courtyard and the door is
noisy and the wi-fi is so weak you can't access it in your room.
3 blocks down St Peter we found our grocery store, Rouse, and it has
fresh fruit, wine, veggies, snacks, potato salad - great selection. We
came here often.
... cat. Both very famous in New Orleans musical history and have been the stomping grounds of some of the best blues and jazz bands to walk this earth.
Day 3 a tale of two cities (and a hurricane)
New Orleans is full of amazing history. This is clearly evident in its architecture. There are many street tours you can take to learn about the past. It's very fun, you can learn about the past, and importantly, New Orleans' musical history (birthplace ...