Balcony Guest House
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... supply. Our hotels have varied not much in stars but quite a lot in quality. In the end he has the quickest of showers and makes it out with a towel around him to start getting dressed. My turn. I turn the knob around to full, and get hot water. I thought you said it wasn't hot? It wasn't? Then how come I have hot water? I don't know. We both laughed as I enjoyed a hot shower. We get ready and we both scrubbed up ok. If we were tired from the drive the thought of ...
... petted a skunk, ridden a camel and two elephants, and what else? Crazy things that many sane people won't do, but make a life so much more interesting.
We were also able to spend part of a happy day with my friend and her husband, so Laila and I met all our goals for visiting New Orleans. We left after almost a whole week there, flying on to explore San Juan, Puerto Rico. Those stories will come next.
... of the children that died of tuberculosis & yellow fever.
After the tour, we tried the mint julep. Yuk. It's made of bourbon which I don't like anyway and it was sickly sweet.
We got back to the city around 5ish and hung around the dock for our Mississippi River Dinner Cruise.
These are 2 of the ladies that were ...
... be so sweet, but we weren't complaining - unlike what the dentist will do when we get back!!
Whereas recently in Miami we were unlucky with the weather...today was the Yin to that Yang. When we entered for lunch it was sunny, the whole time we were eating our lunch inside it was torrential rain, the moment we finished our food the rain stopped and the sun came back out. After lunch we found a bar on Bourbon Street to watch the England ...
... have right of way and four big vehicles drove right through the intersection while we tried to stay alive. He shook his head and said "unbelievable". I asked did cars have the right of way here. He reassured me that they did not and "real New Orleans's people" did not drive like that, then he gave me a big hug and apologized for the drivers! He was cute as well as having a sweet nature with excellent manners. The people here ...