St. Philip French Quarter Apts.
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... seller of beignets, but it was basically a crowded, pushy tourist trap, with street performers yelling their talent at the crowds. Instead we walked to the French market which was like a flea market for the upmarket. Although we didn't buy anything, we did stop to eat at a local stall. The women there, although slow, kept calling us sweetheart, and providing some local charm. Ted got some chicken tenders while I decided to try new things and had some alligator bites. Ted could've ...
Monday we drove in the direction west,
With just three states remaining we had seen the rest.
Natchez in Mississippi was where we were goin',
To a state park famous for hunting, we had booked without knowin’.
We set up camp and played some bat tennis,
And I’ll tell you, Julie’s backhand has become a menace,
We hit a new high of 373,
And so happy was Julie, she jumped ...
... bomber planes and also watch a 45 minute movie narrated by Tom Hanks on the whole war. Didn't do much in the evening, other than had some beloved chicken fried rice! Before saying bye to A.J and hopping on the overnight bus to Orlando for 13 hours! New Orleans was a really cool place, great live music scene and a huge amount of original culture around. I had a great experience with my first couch surfing and hopefully that will continue with the couple more I have lined ...
... longer running from that stop because of road works, so we hopped in a taxi with the local to cut down on costs. He was pretty chatty and told us his all time favourite place to eat in New Orleans was a place called Coops...which just so happened to be exactly where we were planning on eating.
Feeling even more excited at the food prospect ahead we made our way to Coops to find a small, dingy looking bar with loads of people hanging about outside. We ...
The plan was to get to New Orleans a day before Lee's parents arrive. And then spend an additional day, so they could adjust to the timezone and get over their 24+ hours of travel. And it was a good plan. We booked a car in advance, over a month in advance (pretty good for us to be that planned ahead - a whole month!!) and Keith had booked the hotel from Australia. So, all good.You know how bad ...