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... and many of the street names reflect that. We had another chance to visit the Naval Air Museum which is continuously changing. Fortunately Bill had a couple of days off so we did some travelling in the area. This part of the Gulf has less tourism than other areas. In many ways it is a hidden gem and we look forward to returning. After our stay there we headed East towards New Orleans. The weather further north in Alabama had turned cold so we decided to stay close to the ...
... on a couple of occasions and Ez and I looked at each other in awe of these people. An experience never to be forgotten, the big voices OMG! Made friends with a guy who sang at this pub we were drinking and he gave us one of his CD’s so that will be a cool memento to bring home. I can also remember a couple of girls on the street performing and it was like nothing I’ve ever heard. One had an electric guitar and the other had a violin just going ...
... line in the hallway, very exciting times...lol but a good way to get to know your fellow travellers . Had to unpack and repack the suitcases and yes buy another on board bag cause we have run out of space in our cases and we still have two more weeks of goodies to buy ...I think we are going to be hit with excess baggage by the time we get home....all in all New Orleans hasn't really impressed us, they are holding the Super Bowl next year so they are trying to repair ...
... as we could walk everywhere but hadn't realised it would take 20 minutes to go round the block in the car. It must have taken about an hour to get to the airport and only half that to get back! The new car they gave us is a white 2012 Chevrolet Malibu - 2.4l. Alan's a very happy bunny. Somehow we've ended up with Connecticut plates which is further east than the florida plates we dropped off. The whole saga had taken up most of the afternoon ...
... was Cafe Du Monde. The oldest cafe in New Orleans and unashamedly touristy, but serving the best and only Beignets I'd ever tasted accompanied by some great street jazz. Open 24 hours, the only items on the menu are beignets, coffee and hot chocolate. Served steaming hot and drowned in a layer of icing sugar, the beignets were at their best when dunked in the bitter chicory coffee. I had them for breakfast and dinner and could have eaten them for lunch ...
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