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... I particularly wanted to see. We rode a ferry across the Mississippi River, and he drove us over high bridges so we could get a bird's eye view of New Orleans, not on the agenda for most tourists. We spent most of the day with Jim; I was so sad to see him leave by late afternoon, but he lives an hour away, and the enormous thunderheads had been building up overhead for quite awhile, forecasting "hellacious rain" (his words). During the weekend ...
... live street bands, ate great traditional southern food while jazz bands played in the background,explored the parks, walked along the Mississippi River banks and really just soaked up the vibe and environment. Jackson park is at the heart of the French quarter. It is a beautiful park, with St. Louis cathedral as it's backdrop. This cathedral is gorgeous, and it too is surrounded by some fantastic old French architecture. Believe it or not, it was Sunday, and I went into ...
... playing inside which played through the speakers all over the boat. It was an enjoyable couple hours of drinking and relaxing enjoying the views of the Mississippi River.
After arriving back at port Matt and I were stopped by 2 black guys who wanted to shine our shoes... we were wearing thongs. I thought they were joking but they actually did it and expected us to pay them $10, talk about a rip off! We gave the guy $5, but $1 should of been enough. Not ...
... belief, and jazz can trace its roots. We are in N'awlins!
I drove the rest of the way from Nashville to New Orleans. Polly navigated me through Nashville and then slept for a few hours, waking when I had to stop for gas just north of Birmingham. $3.45 a gallon made us very excited and 15 gallons later we were back on the road. Polly stayed awake with me and we rambled through a very civil discussion on politics, the reasons we hold certain, and mostly ...
... that fact that this typical day on the rainy streets of Vancouver were so inviting and crowded!
But the wonder of the day unfolded as I learned to love my tacky costume. Not only was it crafted from locally-sourced recycled materials, highlighting the tawdry in a world of studied craft and elegance, but it was damn fun to dance in! With music everywhere as we followed marching bands into plazas or wandered in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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