Americas Best Value Inn-New Orleans/Gretna
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... while I was there, a heavy mist blew in from the gulf and coated the trees so heavily that a rain-like shower fell on my tent, soaking it.
A bit further inland the fog disapated earlier and the mornings were sunny. I did a 40 km cycle to the old town of St Andrews and was glad for the exercise. On my second full day here I explored Panama City, finding a public library for some internet connecting. Later I went to see the film Selma ...
... was plenty of Police presence to keep the crowd in order. The floats, marching bands and all and sundry started going past our position around 12.30 and it was still going three hours later. To say it was huge is an understatement.
All the floats had people on them and the tradition of them throwing beads and other trinkets was on.
Each section of the crowd screaming out to them to throw beads in ...
... Orlando airport is pretty big with loads of theme park shops, we got a taxi to Universal Hotel & once we dropped our luggage in our room we went downstairs & had lunch. After lunch S&V checked on the entry tickets for the theme park on Mon & Tues. Then we got a taxi to Florida Mall, we all went our separate ways & met up at 6pm then got a taxi back to the ...
... She explained the process behind each dish and gave us recipes to try at home. This was a wonderful way to spend the evening and I do not think any food will top the flavors I experienced.
I took the evening to further explore the city and made my way from venue to venue listening to the variety of music. Each corner was unique and different styles were abundant. New Orleans is a melting pot of people and the arts alike.
... Playing Miles Davies on the I pod to compensate for the fact that I've been too fatigued to go out for live jazz. We went out for a meal at Muriel's on the corner of Chartres and St Anne's.....pronounced Charters......these people know nothing. An ex brothel, Muriel's was everything Buorbon Street isn't , tasteful and good humoured. We had a lovely Creole meal, I ate the fattest best tasting prawns I've seen. It was expensive but worth it and enlivened by one of the ...