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... we returned to Bourbon St. but even though it was so early me and Nick were DEAD. to be fair we did drive 10 hours after a full day of work and pint night...But we felt bad because Joe was good to go and ready to party but this just wasn't going to happen :( so then we slept in the care very uncomfortably... It was pretty gross. The condensation built up so bad in there I could barely breathe... I had to roll down the window for fresh air! I swear... 2 days ...
... back to our BnB, so we’ve stuck with it. Everyone has been incredibly friendly and helpful, including bus drivers, taxi drivers, tourism and restaurant staff, police and anyone else we have bailed up along the way! People hear us talking in the bus, at the bus stop etc., and offer their assistance. Fabulous! We can certainly recommend “N’awlins” to anyone interested in music, food and a bloody good ...
So the bus arrives at New Orleans at 5.50am, I hadn't really thought what I would do then...Queen of planning that I am. So I find a taxi to take me to Mcdonalds and sit there for an hour while I wait for it to be a decent enough time to find the hostel. I find the Hostel and I'm sure it would have been fine to come at any time. Anyway, I have a sleep for a couple of hours. The girls in the room ...
... there and of course the night life and the
music and Creole food was the reason for our visit. The Jazz club’s in Frenchman Street
all trying to outdo each other and one better than the other. We eventually got
in at the Three Muses after waiting for ¾ of an hour. But knowing from past
experience, the busiest places are the usually the best. The music was
fantastic and the Creole Tapas, something to write home about. What a great
... down for the free breakfast. It was your typical continental breakfast of decent cereals, pastries, and a few hot items. I decided on a “Who Dat” blueberry waffle (the waffle iron was marked with a Saints logo), some sausage links, and a spoonful of grits. I read a few brochures and made a phone call. My plan was to head back to the room and shower, wake my co-pilot, and continue into the Big Easy to see the cemeteries and taste test the beignets.