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... your mode of transportation as nicely as the length of the trip. Make certain you have sufficient activities to occupy the time. If you are using a four hour flight, packing an action that will consider 15 minutes isn't heading to help a lot, especially if there are delays at the airport. If your children are more youthful, then you will most likely require to pack a number of distractions for them. This is also some ...
... a lot of strip joints. It is unfortunate that every place smells the same. Even inside you can smell it. But drink enough and you eventually get used to it.
Very colourful people here - lots of dancing, street performers, hawkers, hookers and druggies. But I have not felt unsafe yet.
Tuesday - Geoff has arranged for a game of golf at TPC New Orleans. He was really happy with the course and shot ...
... to blend styles, and “Okinawa” (with Brian Stoltz of PBS and the Funky Meters) honors this legacy with a mix of reggae rhythms, Japanese riffs, and New Orleans attitude. These guys get funkier with each record; and tracks like “Krewe Kut” and “Slither Slice” (which features Stanton Moore and Rich Vogel from Galactic) confirm that this is their funkiest disc yet. The Nightcrawlers have individually been busy this past decade ...
... and through Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras in French), also known as Shrove Tuesday, Pancake Day back in the UK, the day before Ash Wednesday. Usually there is one major parade each day, and as Mardi Gras approaches many days have several large parades. The largest and most elaborate parades take place the last five days of the season. In the final week of Carnival neighboring communities also hold Carnival celebrations.
While many tourists center their Carnival ...
... slavery. She saw 3 brand marks on the forehead of a black slave that she really liked. She asked him what happened and he told her that her Grandma branded him 3 times because he tried to run away 3 times. That happened when she was 14 and eventually when she became the owner she sold it for next to nothing so that she had nothing to do with slavery. First we got a tour of the inside of the house and then the grounds.
The grounds had a ...