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... it would be a good idea to “quickly” run across the street to the colossal Harrah’s Casino. The quick sprint across didn’t exactly work out how I had planned because we got caught in traffic and got soaked all the way to our undergarments. When we finally got inside we all rushed to the bathroom to try to dry off, well of course all of us except Jessie because she wasn’t old enough to even enter the casino and had to wait ...
... many things as possible. Speck found aligator crawfish cheesecake, Tyler a duck po-boy, Megan grits and cajunfied chicken and Nate returned with his favorite, butter beans and pilaf. Bathrooms were a bit of a challenge in that they never stopped cleaning one of them, so Speck waited in line for 15 minutes at café Du monde to use their facilities. Preservation Hall Brass Band, Ellis Marsalis.
Down Decatuer to Chevron Zydeco stage Big Easy Playboys. Here a hidden ...
... than get weighed down with more!
After trying on a bunch of hats and masks in various shops we watched some of the marching bands going down Bourbon and Royal Street. Did I mention it’s crazy here? Anyway, the guys decided it was time to start hitting the bars so we went our separate ways for the first time, and this will be a theme of the rest of the week I feel. I’ll have to get Alex to type addendums for their escapes around NOLA.
... my meal anyway, since it basically tasted like chicken anyway!
Ted and I are still not getting as much sleep as two people on holidays should, so we went back for a nap before catching up with our friends Sean and Mike who were staying in a hotel nearby. They suggested coming to their hotel but Ted and I were dawdling before getting there and when we arrived set their room there was no one there! It turned out they were in the bar upstairs having appetizers. We haven't seen ...
... and passed on their knowledge from generation to generation. Today we work inside a movement known as “Slow Design”. This movement embodies a way of working that embraces the long-term view over the short-term gain and uses age-old traditions to build products that celebrate strong design principles for modern living.” Alabama Chanin employs many local artists and designers (both men and women) and offers them a respectful living wage to create and ...