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... for us today. The local beer is really good though.
We resumed our travels passing through the Art's District, The Garden District, Superdome and Mardi Gras World then on to the levee of the Mississippi River. We were able to take some pictures of the interior of the Mardi gras float factory.
Eventually we were back at the French Market where Emile and Karen wandered off while Marie and I went back to the hotel. I was so hot the ...
... mother, Lolet, remembers clearly “the day the Diva was born” as 5 year-old Tricia demanded a piano be rolled onto stage so she could perform like Roberta performed (the fact that Tricia had yet to learn to play piano was irrelevant!)
Teedy will move you inter-dimensionally with powerfully rich and textured vocals, from the sexy-kinky Afrodisiac Geek to the rockstar solo-love of Self-Promotion to the achingly bittersweet heartbreak of Live to Love to the ...
... to accept. Some had cups ready for pouring into. But for most the exercise usually involved their ducking before me, mouths wide open, as I pour wine directly into them. More or less. This was so much fun! Perhaps I missed out on perverse frat boy behaviour in my youth, but I had never gone into a crowd filling open mouths with wine like a mother sparrow feeding a hungry flock with worms. And of course I got hugged ...
Ok so today I decided to do the touristy things. Yes it may have made more sense doing these tours on the first day but meh. The first half of the day was dedicated to a tour of the city of New Orleans. For this tour our tour guide was Debbie. We started with a drive through the French quarter learning about how the city was originally settled. The French were the first to get there hands on the city, it then crossed to the Spanish back to France then onto the Americans who own ...
... walked along the river for a bit before heading to the holy grail, the Cafe du Monde. We took our beignets and coffee back to the hotel, where we covered ourselves in powdered sugar before falling into a food coma for a couple hours.
We took a dinner cruise on the Steamboat Natchez. The food was so-so, but the virgin daiquiris were the best I tried in the whole ...
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