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7am start, which was actually 6 am began with FaceTime with Steve's family. It was very much like a comedy sketch, we can hear you Steve but not see you, ooh you're back, oh gone again. Then after a quick breakfast and some pocketed muffins we headed to the car, she's been christened Darla. Darla is a red dodge avenger, she looks meaty, lots of …
... actually hibernate for part of the year unlike crocodiles, they are basically fairly lazy and generally will not attack anything as large as a human. They have an overbite so cannot do the damage that a croc can. We had a young Cajun driver (Cajuns were originally from Arcadia now Nova Scotia), he was very knowledgable about his environment having been born and raised in the bayou. In the swamp there are many plant species introduced ...
... is anything but a museum piece. Their voices melt together,their band really kicks, and they get the audience smiling and swaying in the timelessness that is the joy of music.
The sisters were good background as we relaxed and ate. Polly was still hungry and wandered off to find something else to eat. He returned with a shrimp and crawdad remoulade that was accompanied with an eggroll laced with delicious spicy Chinese mustard. Polly was beginning to show the ...
... in love with Urban Outfitters. We explored the streets and soaked up a bit of culture then jumped on a bike taxi and were taken to a big shopping centre (which was shut) so he dropped us off at the hotel. We showered and got changed met some new people who were joining out tour (Laura, Rachel, Mark and a few others) we all had jelly shots in the hotel bar and did our own thing this night. Leah and I walked to the French quarter again and had more gumbo, ...
... starts before midday). We have lunch by the Mississippi River...Jumbalaya and Rice Beans and Sausage (Southern staples), very scrummy.
Yesterday we were advised to visit Cafe du Monde and have their famous beignets and coffee, these were very yummy as they are essentially dough and powdered sugar. But the service was **** (but hey you still have to tip - it is America) and the 'building' ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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