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... I went past the Place de Armes and government buildings which are some of the most photographed in all of New Orleans. The French Quarter is so lucky they didn't get damage from Katrina as there is so much history and old buildings here. It would have been a tragedy to lose those.
A couple of beers in the lobby of the hotel while I updated the blog was a nice way to end a good day.
... alligators and racoons alike come over and say hello and wait for marshmallows. This is how they draw the gators to the boat, through marshmallows and if bigger ones, chicken meat. We were blessed in that we saw many gators and the special ones he had told stories about. We got to hold the baby gator and have photo opportunities. They are so soft. I want one.
We made our way home and we all had a little snooze on the bus. We got to the hotel ...
... located our room. We have to go outside to enter the room--very strange! It's small but very nice and our steward, Adam, has been very helpful with all of our requests.
We are in the 5:15 dinner seating, so after muster we went down to dinner. Our table mates are a mother and son that are from the Georgetown area...he has a large handlebar mustache. If I can, I'll try to get a pic of him to post ...
... places. Drinking, dancing, strip clubs, people asking for money, people asking for drugs, people just asking. A little city of the dead, and a small part of the pearl river, and we are on our way to Alabama. Not nearly enough time, never is. Not sure which way to go, we decide to follow the water, naturally. This part of the trip with Courtney is nearly over, and I thought only happiness could take my breath away. The day is almost over and ...
... 3 blocks and its time to refresh the beers... 3 for 1 Are you kidding me!! $13 for 6 beer! Before long we are 5 beers each in and I am thinking we have to eat soon.. we have only gone 2 blocks!! We decide to walk down to the end of the street and then slowly make our way back... After a few more beers it will be slow alright!
We reach the end and Jim says" I need food".. and when Jim needs food ... feed him!! ...
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