Bohemian Armadillo Guesthouse
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... swamps where he pointed out there will be no swimming as there was alligators in there. A bit surprising so close to the city.
There was also some once lovely properties that are now a bit run down, like this one, St. Joseph's plantation. They are still working sugar cane, but I don't think there's a whole lot of money for the upkeep of the houses.
... to not be on any maps!
We spent the afternoon/evening trying to work out our next steps, basically- to go to Texas or not to go to Texas? that is the question.
We decided to do a road-trip to Texas as we hadn't done much (any really) of a 'road-trip' so far and it would be interesting to drive through Louisiana and see what it’s really like away from the chaos of New Orleans.
J & N
... with cheap drinks HALLELUJAH! After many drinks we needed a snack so we thought we would try our luck at 'Café Du Monde' which just happened to be open 24 hours. We had tried the day before and the line was well and truly out the door. We ordered Beignets (a French doughnut covered in icing sugar), which turned out to be the only pastry they cooked and hot chocolate. The Café wasn't as impressive as we thought it would be considering it is so popular and ...
... the riverfront and listened to a sort of bluesy, folksy singer who was wearing a cowboy hat. I don't remember much more than he was good but not unique enough to make an impact.
3:30pm GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: Eric Lindell
Eric Lindell is accomplished on guitar, harmonica, keyboards and bass, and has performed with many of the Crescent City’s top musicians since bursting on the scene in 2005, when he first appeared at the ...
... of partying pedestrians, cutting through the police barricades to cross parade routes, past casinos and ship docks and a rapid transit of downtown New Orleans until we came to a quiet park where we could leave the bikes. Why are we here? Where the Hell am I and what are we doing?
Turns out we were joining a group called Box of Wine. This motley crew of handmade floats being pushed or pulled by marchers (not ...