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An exciting start to the morning with the return of my pants. Phew! Just to clarify, they were ones I were washing, not wearing and I simply left them in the laundry, not strewn throughout the hotel hallway as feared. We were changing hotels today so had to check out early before our tour pick up at 7.30am. Unfortunately that meant we didn't ha e time to get coffee or breakfast, and those who ow my travelling companions ...
... it should be so we can appreciate the good with the bad. We travelled out through the newer parts of New Orleans, heading for the town of Jean Lafitte and an airboat Captain by the name of Jay. A shorter version of Kurt Russell in a sleeveless T and a Louisiana drawl that would slip in and out of a local Palouse we couldn't follow at times. He knew his Gators though and after a joyride across open water in his airboat, we headed into the swamps. True to form, we found two ...
... I bought a voodoo doll made of calico and stuffed with cotton from Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo. Marie Laveau (1794-1881) was the most famous voodoo queen in New Orleans.
Pip and Wayne arrived back at the Jazz Quarters the same time I did. Wayne has a small travel bag of new clothes. And guess what... Wayne's bag has arrived. Murphy's law!
This afternoon we caught the bus to Canal Street and then the St. ...
... I decided to zig zag. I'd totally forgotten about guns and being shot in the back. I'd totally forgotten about being drunk. I'd totally forgotten about everything other than getting away from what was a very dangerous situation. I've had a few close calls with stupid stuff around the world but this has to be the closest I have been to being rolled. And I would have been rolled for my cards and $7. I made it to the street light and from there I found the street and then a ...
... Very kind. The concierge was very helpful and took the time to answer my questions. The lobby is spectacular with all its old exposed beams and brick structure. They kept so much of the historic charm to the building but added modern touches for comfort and the blending is amazing. From the lobby you really feel you are in for a great experience. The room on the other hand not so much. It does seem clean and the maid was very nice. The room we are ...