Olde Town Inn
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... of religion and voodoo is still strong then (or is still a big part of tourism, anyway).
After stopping for some good, Southern barbecue, we moved on to the serious business of finding some live music. Musicians line the streets, and though jazz isn't our favourite genre, the quality was often brilliant. We saw a pair of young women doing an excellently entertaining version of the controversial 'Blurred Lines' on a violin and a banjo, and they drew such a big ...
... 30-50 on a paddleboat tour of the same river! Bargain hunters! So we got back to our hotel, drenched in sweat once again! Had showers and quickly got ready for our fine dining dinner date at GW Fins. We actually put on proper shoes rather than our thongs, and even put on some makeup, things got real fancy now! haha! This may be the best meal I've had since coming to the States. I had a salad for first course which had spinach, goats cheese, ...
... facilities the kids went for a swim, there was a nice hot spa bath that they enjoyed which was no doubter much nicer than the freezing cold pool which they went from one to the other like typical crazy kids who seem to be immune to the cold water.
We had this morning to do some more wandering of the streets of New Orleans and bought some souvenirs and I bought another book - that makes 5 now, this time it's a book about the aftermath of Katrina. You will ...
... here, it does make for a cheap evening but I’d rather not have my head blown off after my first sip of something. We were lead by our tour guide to a really cool bar off the beaten track where some great live bands were playing. The atmosphere was really chilled out Robert and I stayed there until the bar shut whilst the other, rowdier members of the group left to go to some bog standard club playing the same music you could hear anywhere in the world.