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... Right Foundation' set up in part by Brad Pitt aiming to build over 130 new houses for residents who lost theirs during the flood.
We got back to back to our hostel around 2pm and spent the rest of the afternoon booking flights, accommodation and car hire for our road trip to Texas. Once that was done, we headed back into the French Quarter for some more 'Big Easy' food. After waiting for a while at the bus stop a local came along and informed us the buses ...
We listened to some really good jazz while we were eating a buffet dinner of gumbo, catfish, pastas, salads, and then their specialty of caramel bread & butter pudding.
It was a lovely view of the city and bridge on the way back. A short stroll back to the hotel to walk off dinner ended another busy day.
... front door. In these streets there are still quite a few derelict homes and empty lots. But the great thing is the rows of new homes, built in the same 'shot-gun' style, with the support of many different groups, like actors and artists. Brad Pitt has built quite a few (all with solar panels) with plans to build many more, his project is called Make it Right Some of the earliest new homes were given specifically to musicians to get them back to the city. The other area ...
... met up with Jeff and Sue for brunch. It is a member of the Brennen's family of restaurants and if this was a average example of that group, then they are one impressive chain. The interior was beautiful and the acoustic were perfect, you could hear the band, but were not inundated with other tables conversations. I had the Crabmeat Quiche, Jeff the De-Bris Eggs Benidict, Caroline the Cochon du Lait Pot Pie, and Sue had the Chicken Pontalba while a jazz trio played. ...
... the bridge (there's a damn cold wind here tonight. I shoulda brought gloves from Vancouver) and peer into the gloom. Don't see anything yet, but I hear music approaching. Of course, in New Orleans that can happen anytime and any place. But I can make out a canoe, with a paddler front and back, with a tuba player squat in the middle. There's another one, two paddlers at the ends, with two slide trombonists in the middle. ...
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