Biscuit Palace Guest House
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... it seemed like a week.
The swamp Tour was good - with lots of alligators and other wild life to see.
Well now I know what a Bayou is.
The only thing missing was Jim Croce singin' Polk-Salad Annie!
Got some good pics and video.
Back to Bunny's around 1:30 pm to finish off my blog for yesterday and to get in some more reading before I hit the street again for some more ...
... of the cable. I have no idea how this is possible, except that we did hit some very bumpy roads that I suppose could have caused the cable to get pulled so tight that it ripped the hook off the cable. I could not find a new cable anywhere near us so I ordered a new set from Amazon and it will be delivered here tomorrow.
After lunch we decided to head to the heart of New Orleans to do some recon work. We also wanted to see where ...
After a few days rest with little car time, we started off on another eight hour trek into Louisiana for our two night stay in New Orleans. The bilingual content on road signs changed from English/Spanish in Texas to English/French as we crossed the Louisiana state border.
On another good Wahle recommendation, we checked in at the quaint Prytania Park Hotel, close to the business district and one block south of the famous St. ...
So our last day in NewOrleans the 19th so we decided to start the day off with breakfast at the French market cafe as we had been finding it hard to find breakfast places that sever normal food, this place is about 7 dollars a meal so can't complain, I had Greek yogurt and Jake had bacon eggs and pancakes. Feeling nice and full we decided to hop on Cash one of the mules doing carriage tours and do the hour tour around the French quarter and back to ...
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