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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
Day 1- we spent most of today flying... we did try a HORRIBLE jimmy deans breakfast sausage and egg muffin on the plane. safe to say im turned off those for a while!! we ended up absolutely exhausted after checking in to the hotel and then exploring bourbon street and having Hard Rock Cafe for dinner when we were absolutely ...
... The cafe is understandably packed with not a spare seat in the house. After enjoying a sweet treat we explore the streets of New Orleans. The little side streets and shops and the brightly coloured houses teaming with flowers give this place real character. Every street you look down is worthy of a photo. We head to the church to look around. It’s really beautiful inside, a peaceful haven in the heart of the city. We enjoy the cool and the peace and quiet before heading ...
even an inch of space! I thought Reba was going to turn and kick some guys
We open the menu and about had a heart-attack- $12 burger
served with a baked potato. I will have to say, and I know that the girls will
agree, this was the best darned $12 burger we had ever eaten and we would pay
that again in a heartbeat! We had cheeseburgers and not the type with a slice
of cheese lying on top of it. No, ...
... off otherwise we'll go and find a secure parking area for the RV. We'll be heading through to Texas tomorrow which is the biggest state in the US so it should be quite a drive.
Excuse all of my typos as I am writing in Notepad and transferring to the blog, but no spell check facility and as I have so much to write I am usually rushing.
I have taken on average 600 photos every day, so much so that I ran out of room on my laptop, luckily we bought ...
... roads in the state are on concrete causeways. And for some reason most of the incoming lane merges take place as one climbs a bridge from the causeway over a canal. Not before, or after, but on the bridge right after the "beware of the ice" sign.
The little tumble down hotel Villa Convento where I am staying is the total opposite to the cookie cutter places along the road. I love this French Quarter. So quaint and ...