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... angry enough. Ah ok give them $1 the oysters were ok. We did one more length of Bourbon street which takes about twenty minutes of walking when we walked past a small bar that had the sauce. The music we'd been looking for. I've listened to a lot of drummers in my life time, and a lot of bass players who basically lay the bed for everyone else to play on. This bed was comfy, fat and tight, and I grabbed Jock by the arm and said we are going in here. The place was ...
... and if I am able to return to the city I will definitely visit the Sculpture Garden again.
The New Orleans Museum of Art had a fantastic exhibit called Orientalism: Taking and Making. Our docent took us through the 19th century paintings and described the history behind each work. This was the only time during our program that we discussed Asian culture. New Orleans is predominantly constructed of French, Spanish, and Irish heritage. I found that many of ...
... forget. Especially about how the African Americans were treated and the way the Deep South and Louisiana operated back then.
gus and I spent the remaining two days exploring the cities many sights and historical areas. it was great fun. were about to fly to la to hire our car. im currently incredibly hung over. we went out with the hostel people for a last hurrah before we left. it was a very large night.
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... day to fix it.(I did however make some good friends with some useless Mexican mechanics, who had to first borrow a spanner from next door and then their solution was to tie the wheel on with speaker wire! After a few rounds of "gracias" and some elaborate hand shakes I went back to walmart bought some tools and put a bolt through it)
And now New Orleans.. its 930 pm Jazz is wafting through the night air and we looking forward to the festival ...
... a nice visit to New Orleans. I suppose the past flooding by Katrina was so bad that they probably did the best the could with what tools they had available. The locals have mixed messages on the subject.
We are now off to travel the Natchez Trace Parkway north east through Mississippi heading to Red Bay, Alabama for warranty service on our Tiffin motor home. We will stay one night just to break up the trip in Jackson, MS at LeFleur’s Bluff State park.
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