La Dauphine B&B
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I'm walking to New Orleans
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When I get back to New Orleans".
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... was a real treat. I highly recommend this act if you are going to Bourbon Street and love funky soul music played well. They were head and shoulders above the rest of the music which I'd call noise and I'm a huge fan of Korn and Slipknot as well but there was NO heavy or ALTERNATIVE music just ****** POP music. One place was playing ACDC. Were are in the US, in Bourbon Street listening to Aussie Rock? That was ironic. So once we'd had enough we headed back ...
... and slavery from most of the rest of the southern American states. There was slavery here, but before there was, there were also free men of colour and very liberal laws (for the time) around rights for them and for women.
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