New Orleans Guest House
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... first parade of the season & saw celebrations for the 200th anniversary of the New Orleans War! I wish I could say the same about our timing of the weather - it was a very chilly -1C Yes MINUS 1 in New Orleans - I wasn't expecting that!! This is the 2nd blast of artic air that has set records in Southern States (1st one in November in Georgia). I guess I can't complain, some folks had it a lot worse up North!
... I cost $120 if you want to keep me out tonight. I said no I just wanted to pay for the drinks and go. Where's the ATM? She said come with me. We went down a couple of streets but we seemed to be getting further and further away from Bourbon Street. When we finally emerged onto a street we crossed into the shadows of a street awning. There were people standing under there and I initially thought they were at an ATM. It turned out to be a neon sign in the window of a shop, and ...
... to be full) and hit Bourbon Street for a little fun. We wound up at The Beach on Bourbon where we ran into a bachelor party. They photobombed our photos, so we invited them to take a group photo and then we all reminisced over Appalachia as they were from North Carolina. Promising to meet up later (not) we departed to the Welcome Reception for Meg and Will and to meet the rest of the team. We wound up excluding ourselves to a back table to catch up and ...
... walked back. It was Dana’s last night as well so we bid her farewell and wished her all the best for the rest of her journey. Great couple of days and like I say, I hope we can go back one day, especially to Frenchmen street for the live music and Bourbon street for the clubs and crazy nightlife! Crazy city ...
On the way in we went to an Alligator sanctuary, I got some good pictures but Laura dare not hold one!
... D-Day--without overwhelming you with detail.
The museum was founded by Stephen Ambrose, who, as a result of all the research he did talking to WWII vets, had amassed a collection of memorabilia too large for his house. Apparently his wife banned it to a storage locker, and then when it overran that, he started an effort to establish ...