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... br> Driving back to New Orleans you see all the houses with their foundations right on the ground - none are raised at all - seriously? They are below sea level for heavens sake so whenever it rains they get flooded!
Back to New Orleans where we picked up Mr Tourist and headed down to the Riverwalk area where we boarded the paddle steamer 'Natchez' for a luncheon cruise on the Mississippi River. Bit disappointing really - food pretty ...
... New Orleans.” She started out backing up the Neville Brothers and went on to perform with the Survivors, a band whose alumni list includes Harry Connick Jr. and Bobby McFerrin. It was here that she first started working with saxophonist Reggie Houston.
Found my crepes at Muriel's, I had remembered them from last year with great fondness and was glad that again they were serving a duo of goat cheese stuffed crepes with a shrimp and crawdad ...
Spent 2 nights in Chicot SP north of Ville Platte...north of Opelousas for those of you who know LA geography. If you don't, never mind! You did see the photos of snow, so you get the idea. Couldn't keep the water connected because it was below freezing. But that's OK, the guy across the way couldn't get the motor on his boat started to go out and get the fish off the line he had set earlier. That was unfortunate for us because he had ...
... from our campsite showed many houses that had been boarded up and abandoned as the owners had no insurance, or decided enough was enough. We saw evidence of houses with a big circle put there by first responders which showed how many people in there dead or alive, pets etc. we felt pretty exhausted, emotionally and physically, and we found a quiet coffee shop in the Royal Sonesta Hotel to have tea, then onto to Pat O'Brians for traditional ...
We caught an 8 hour train from Memphis to New Orleans. Met some nice guys on the train who were on their way to New Orleans to become priests - they'd given up their jobs as lawyers to do it & they looked more like they should be in a band then in a church, but really nice to talk to. We hopped in a cab to take us to our accommodation which is right near the French quarter, but when the taxi driver was trying to find it we appeared to ...