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... River then headed to the shops. Bought a diet coke which is normal here but double the size of back home! Then chilled in the room for a bit. In the evening we went to Mardi Gras world and did mask making, then afterwards everyone had dinner at tujaques where we got to meet a lot of people from the tour. We then went to the French quarter and watched some jazz being played whilst having a few drinks! Day one done, Panama City beach tomorrow ...
... little around the city centre again, and took in the very creepy Voodoo Museum. Some very interesting information was interspersed with quite bizarre imagery, all of which led to leaving with a very odd feeling about it all when you left. An aimless wander led us to Louis Armstrong park, and a completely ad-hoc park jam session African style. Reading a nearby sign showed that slaves did the same thing every Sunday, so these folk were just ...
... Square are artists, tarot card readers and jazz bands competing with each other. While Pip and Wayne went into the Cathedral on Jackson Square, I spent a lovely half hour watching the happenings around me and taking photos.
We stopped at Café du Monde, famous for its sugar-dusted beignets (square French donuts). These were yummy and worth fighting the crowds for a table.
The Voodoo Museum is a unique museum that provides insight into the mysteries ...
... we headed straight for Bourbon Street,
The place was jumping, really up-beat.
Started at a pub, then a bar for jazz and blues,
And a few pints later, our sobriety we did lose.
We both loved New Orleans, the vibe was unique,
We recommend you come here, maybe stay a week.
Thursday for us was a mission complete,
We hit our final state – what a mighty feat.
Alabama was first ...
... around the shops as we made our way along the waterfront. We saw so many paddle boats floating along the Mississippi. It was all very picturesque. We found ourselves in Jackson square soon enough which is basically a park in the heart of the French quarter with a massive cathedral on one side of it. We wandered around here pretty quickly because we were melting away rapidly. We found a little ...