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... streetcar to the Garden District. Streetcars are icons of New Orleans and the St. Charles streetcar is the most famous. Streetcars are like our trams.
The Garden District provides great insight into how the other half (wealthy) live - in grand Victorian mansions on large blocks of land, with beautiful, lush gardens and well-kept lawns. These were the homes built by wealthy city merchants and planters.
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... It wad served in a rum and cream sauce. Delicious. A great final taste of this amazing culinary city.
A guy was playing blues in the store alcove opposite the Monteleone while I waited for my ride to the airport. He's been there every day since I arrived. Probably there every day. He's good so I ran across the road and dropped a dollar in his bucket. Least I can do for serenading me out of the hotel every morning and in again when I got home every evening.
Swamp trip "Cajun encounters" was on Honey Island in Slidell bait an hour out of town
The passenger boats weave through back bayous of Honey Island swamp which is home to alligators, raccoons, wild boars, turtles, black bears, and exotic birds - saw everything but a ...
... been to that part of the US, we both wanted to go there, and we're always up for a new adventure. Plus, this would be like exploring a foreign country compared with New England!
I took the Continental Trailways bus from Bangor to Boston to meet up with my daughter and fly out of that city; somewhere along my earlier travels I got a "pre-check" pass, so going through what is called "security" in the US became very easy for me. Not so for ...
... you informed of events and the reasons for delays but they sometimes become comical as the attendant hasn't quite thought things through before he starts speaking. It took us about 20hs to make our way passed Memphis, Champagne, Homewood, Yazoo, Kankakee, Effingham and all. Amtrak, on this line, runs on short rails fixed to wooden sleepers and this, combined with a lack of maintenance means that frequent jolts and lurches punctuate your slumber. The dining, on the other hand, is remarkably good. ...