Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
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... next stop was Johnny's Po boys. Since the place was small, Richard suggested he gather our food and we eat along the Mississippi waterfront since the weather was so perfect. In the meantime, he took us to the Spice and Tea Exchange. We really liked it there, as it was an amazing store full of every spice and spice variety you could think of. As fascinating as the store was, we knew our Australian customs wouldn't let us bring them into the country. D'oh!
We then went to ...
... quite pleasant walking.
I passed St Louis' Cathedral on the way which had the usual crowd of psychics out front, each at their little fold up tables, Anita described Coop's as a bit of a dive, but that's probably being overly harsh. It has a V shaped bar in the middle of its single room, some tables and chairs around that, and slowly rotating fans hanging from the beamed ceiling. They were playing the Prince and the Showgirl on both of the bar's TVs. I asked the barmaid ...
... and a clam stew) and enjoy some local beer. I get talking to Anna Maria who is originally from New York but has now retired to NO. She talks to us for ages about the great places to catch music and good food. She lives on Frenchman Street and recommends we spend more of our time there than in the more touristy French Quarter. She gives us her phone number in case we have any more questions while we are here- talk about hospitality!
When the jazz is ...
This little fella was sneaking around looking for lunch.
Rach drove us into Tampa Bay where we caught a movie in the afternoon and got some rest for our big day the following day, my birthday! What better way to start the day than breakfast in bed, in Bruce. This is living!
... of WW2. The exhibitions in the main building cover mainly the D Day Campaign and the Pacific theatre. There are many uniforms and weapons displayed in the galleries as well as many personal items carried by soldiers as well as neat little stations where you can listen to veterans tell their stories.
A word to the wise. There are some very graphic images on display. This is necessary and certainly not gratuitous, given the subject matter, but ...