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All of the locals were confused and looking,
So embarrassed was Julie, we packed up and started cooking.
Tuesday we went on a good old mansion hunt,
There’s heaps here due to cotton and slavery, I’ll be blunt,
Huge with pillars and lots coloured white,
We got no good snaps but they were quite a sight.
So we headed for New Orleans driving south,
... trail and boardwalk. We saw a few gators and lots of cool spiders everywhere!! It was a nice hike and the temps although hot were tolerable. Jym wore his Gandalf hat so I was joking that I was walking with Gandalf through the gauntlet of spiders…to which he pointed out that Gandalf wasn’t really around when there was any spider fights. LOL.
For dinner we got on the streetcar again. We missed any sunset waiting on the ...
... to be the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States.
Hole in the wall bars serving fish bowl hurricane cocktails for $5 - thats not a lie. Fantastic restaurants, such as Pierre Maspero's, that was established in 1788 and was once a slave exchange/market. We had our best southern meal at that restaurant. Dane had southern fried chicken on top of a Belgian waffle with a honey tabasco glaze. I had Gulf shrimp lightly sautéed in ...
... the driver. They have to be heard to be believed! The longer you stay, the more it makes sense. eg. Massive cars make massive people feel normal. A smoothie should be simple, just fruit ice and a blender, but not in Smoothie King where there are vitamin shots, Greek yogurt and energy bursts and more permutations than enough. Sadly no choice is simply fruit ice and a whizz... That would not command the price. Talking really loudly means that you may be listened to even though ...
... was on the gulf but it is 100 miles down the river from this city. The port channel is 250 feet deep with many currents which precludes pleasure crafting on the river. Wonder if Huck Finn knew this little factoid. I bought the book to re-read as addendum to this experience.
The Mississippi is wide, silty and one of the busiest ( if not the busiest) in the world with 500 million tons of goods shipped yearly. Wheat leaves New Orleans and steel ...