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... were prepared to leave our bags at the desk.
After a short time in the hotel we were off roaming the French Quarter which was 2 blocks from the hotel. We pretty much just wandered and enjoyed various sites as we walked. I did have a New Orleans walking app that let me know some of the history of the buildings we were seeing. With it's narrow streets, building architecture and ambiance it in many ways reminds one of European cities ...
... to the crooked Mustang. On the way back to the car Jock is pointing and saying we passed a place, although the direction he's pointing we haven't been yet. So I stop him. Which way? This way he points again. Ok I say which way is our hotel. He thinks for a moment. It's this way. He points again almost the opposite direction of where it actually is. You're a spinning compass! He just laughs. I'm pointing at where our hote is and saying I'm serious, Rubbish he says, ...
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After the tour is over Paul asks Milton if he can recommend a bar for us to get a drink at in the Treme. Paul is keen since we watched the Treme series which is about NO post-Katrina and Milton says sure, but how about we hop in his truck and he'll take us. NO people are super-friendly and we have found their hospitality very genuine. So he takes us on up to the Treme to Kermit Ruffin's bar which was on Treme; Paul is just about wetting his pants. When ...
... America and having been to Mexico City 3
times helped us adjust. It can be smelly at times and is not clean.
It is run down with broken sidewalks, etc. I know people that would not
be comfortable here. But we liked it okay, although I was anxious for
our friends to arrive and even for the conference to start. It did not
make the best first impression on ...
... serendipity" event... about halfway along Royal Street we came across a jazz quintet set up unofficially in the middle of the road called "Doreen's Jazz New Orleans". We could have missed it as there were other mediocre unofficial groups, but this turned out to be the best jazz we have ever heard. It was led by Doreen Ketchens, a 30 something black woman on clarinet and vocals, with her husband Lawrence on sousaphone, a drummer and guitar picker, and a fantastic young man ...