La Dauphine B&B
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We stopped near New Orleans just to visit the French Quarter. The RV campground had a shuttle service that left the park at 3:30 pm and returned at 8:00 pm. That was long enough for us, we wanted to get something to eat and walk down the streets. We just love the characters in New Orleans.
... worth the quirky experience. Once everyone finished up eating we split up and two of us went down to explore bourbon street. We started out at pat o'briens, a place I discovered the last time I was here. And it didn't disappoint this time either. The pianos were set up and the performers were even better this time around. Even got them to play a cheeky down under mix. We also embraced the local specialty drink which ...
... New Orleans named Drewe, added beneath the tattoo of my Yoruba cross, the numbers 61 & 49, separated with a musical triplet. For me, it had nothing to do with superstition, and everything to do with holding on tight (no matter what) to my dreams, which in the last 38 years has been difficult. The compromises that I've made in order to keep playing, to consciously "give up my day job" when people I thought were my friends were telling me "don't," the ...
... rain'. A few days later we took a paddlewheeler crusie with love jazz and creole cuisine and cruise on the missipissi river. After dinner we ended up on Frenchman street again which is now hailed to be the new Bourbon street listening to live Jazz and dancing. New Orleans is a great place, with a great vibe, lovely chatty people, fun and full of things to do. Highly recommended! More pictures to come when we get better wifi.
... Beyond all Boundaries, basically a summary of the American experience of WW2. It's good but the technology is starting to look dated. Another 2 large displays are planned to open in the next 2 years. Definitely a must do but don't be surprised that you get the sense that there was no one else fighting, especially in the Pacific galleries. The great strength of this museum is its wonderful and well presented oral history collection. ...