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- Walked along Crescent Park, along the mighty Mississippi River to the half circle footbridge
- Record store http://www.euclidnola.com/ for refuge from the sweltering heat and humidity
- Walked back along Royal Street (didn't catch the No 5 bus, over the train tracks (love the sound of the train horns)
- Coffees and milk ...
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... to the Hampton for a bit of a rest and a change into dry clothes.
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... Armstrong Park which only had the one gate open at the back and no notices to tell you that you couldn’t get through the other side, we eventually made it down to Decatur Street again. Yet again we lost the boys as they walk way to fast, and as we were cold and hungry we dived into a restaurant for coffee and omelettes. They had some weird variations going on, Ruth for example had a Jambalaya omelette… she enjoyed it! I was boring and stuck to ham and ...
... beads hanging from their branches from last year. Pretty cool We were told that a bayou is a body of water that there is no defined flow, the wind decides which way the water will flow.
Next stop was one of the smaller cemeteries and he explained how they have 3 levels on the inside of the tomb like structure on top of the ground. When you are first put in you are in the middle and someone can be place on top ...