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... an incredible haven for anything unique and interesting. It is the birthplace of American Opera as well as Jazz. A place to find yourself or a place to lose yourself forever.
This is the final destination of our trip, but in so many ways it is only the beginning of something incredibly new and fascinating. This will be the final entry in our Summer 2013 travel blog, but the real adventure is only now just beginning. Happy travels and we'll see you soon.
Oh voodoo magic Batman! Today was good. At 7 am I woke up in a panic due to rain. When there is rain, there is leaking in our home, and when there is leaking there are wet beds, blankets and people. This is when I ran outside and put up our canopy and then over our tent trailer. Now, so far when it starts to rain it always rains really hard. Well this time, with all that hard work it only sprinkled, ha!
Any who, ...
Up early. For us anyway. Walk downtown to the tourist info centre for bus tour of New Orleans. (2hrs) Henry, the driver was very informative, humorous and new his stuff. Visited the cemetery, where everyone is buried above the ground, ('cause it's all water underneath). Informing us about the creole culture with it’s mixture of culture and ...
... are ongoing restoration projects on many others. Lots of higher buildings but most of the older buildings seem to be limited to 4 stories. Bourbon street is a real circus with lots of people and police. All in all there is a sense of order even though many people have been actively drinking for hours or maybe days. On one corner there was a small musical group performing. This seemed to ...
... BBB window on Tuesday morning
to see people in costumes that you would ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center