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... We crossed into Louisiana at 11:06 this morning. It was a beautiful and sunny day. We made good time and arrived at our destination for the day at 3:15. Nita was going to do some laundry and I had a long list of 'honey do' stuff. If you look at the pictures - you'll understand why Nita decided to postpone the laundry and cycled instead. I still got to a lot of stuff on my list.
... ranging from cigarettes to bottles of expensive spirits and the walls of her tomb are covered in scrawled X's left by people asking a favour from the witch queen. My wish was for the bloody rain to go away and for the place to cool down a little.
After the cemetery we trekked down through the French quarter, via Tolouse and Bourbon streets, staggering past countless tacky souvenir ...
... then took the bus to the ticket place and did a very hot tour of the oldest cemetery in New Orleans. Many of the crypts are tumbling down and one was only bricks on the ground. Took a picture of a new looking tomb to find out later this is where Nicholas Cage has chosen to be buried. When thru IRS took his house and most of what he owned they could not take the tomb because the law does not allow for the seizure of burial property.
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... br> Tricia was as wonderful as we remembered from last year and I went up and purchased her CD and after the show got her to sign it. This was certainly a better experience than the crowds at Dr. John. On our way back to the Hotel, Caroline suggested getting a couple of frappechinos for Ayana to thank her for taking care of us so far. This set in motion a series of events nearly culminating in me pitching a fit in a CVS.
... coats and gloves on, we toured the swamp and heard the stories about alligators, Cajun people, local traditions, etc. After the tour, we went behind his house to see an alligator and turtle. Did you know that alligators hibernate in the winter?
Continuing on back roads, we found a small cafe in Thibodaux called Rajun Cajun Daiquiris. On that day, Mom, who usually helps in the kitchen, was operating ...