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... it was packed at 3 in the afternoon on a Monday and second, the people watching. Apparently people liked observing me as much as I probably did them because every few corners or so some townie would yell at me “the legend himself, the great Larry Bird!” and then either ask for money or happily stumble away. It truly was an incredible and happening place and we hadn’t even seen it at night yet (but oh boy would that change).
... to the hard-hitting marching tunes heard in New Orleans parades.
Ellis Marsalis- Ellis Marsalis is regarded by many as the premier modern jazz pianist in
New Orleans. Born on November 14, 1934, his formal music studies began
at age eleven at the Xavier University junior school of music.
As a leading educator at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, the
University of New Orleans, and Xavier University of Louisiana, Ellis ...
... from the history lesson, our next stop was the Visitors Center, which didn’t really provide us with much that we didn’t already know, but we did pick up some leaflets about swamp tours for later in the week potentially. The French Quarter was of course a busy hub of people, but we did get breakfast in Oceana, a restaurant that seemed to have infinite dining rooms, very strange but pretty cool. With bellies full of an assortment of food (some of us had eggs and ...
... museum, Napoleon's house, and Pat O'Brien's (where the hurricane was invented). According to our guide, voodoo is still practiced by 15% of the city. We also heard about Bourbon street's history with brothels and bars, and the amazing story of Micaela Almonester, who made the city what it is today. Since most of the museums were closed today, we decided to explore the square with its street performers and venders.
We considered stopping at the Cafe du Monde which was ...
... I could sit in a cemetery all day long and just soak in its other worldly qualities. To spend a moment wondering about the people buried there. But I visit again and again.
After our stroll through the tombstones we decided to take the streetcar back to the hotel. At first I wanted to go to City park but Jym could see I was quite distressed by the heat and so we returned to the hotel to freshen up. We then ...