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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
We spent Saturday hanging out in the French Quarter. We visited familiar sights, ate good food, drank good beer, watched Mizzou win another football game, hung out at a cool bar, downed some raw oysters, enjoyed beautiful weather. A fun day. Did I mention we drank beer?
... pack our bags and head off to the one place that is a must see in New Orleans – Café Du Monde for Café Latte and beignets. These doughnut things are delicious and totally coated in icing sugar – perfect for me, and a good thing they are just down the road from the largest sugar refinery in the world!
We’ve not had enough of this place, so the plan for the day is to check out, find a cheap parking lot, and explore some more. As luck ...
... then began panicking that it would hurt. It really didn't - I barely felt it, and can see why they're so addictive.
Once its done I feel like it's the perfect memory of my trip, and Nicole says I have Cheshire Cat smile on my face.
We have another drink and head back to apartment to pack for another early train.
New Orleans you have been amazing - definitely one of my favourties!
... much you can do about it. We hopped on the bus and our first good look at New Orleans. We started by going around the French Quarter (where Bourbon st sits) and then headed to one of the old cemeteries.
I mentioned yesterday how family crypts and being buried above ground is the norm here. So your family has a crypt, and its care is passed down through the generations. But there's only so much room in the crypt, right? Well when a family member ...
... a cab into the city to have a look at the National World War Two Museum. It was very impressive and interesting. The US were a very reluctant participant in the war at first and in fact didn't really get involved until Japan attacked the US Naval fleet at Pearl Harbour. As we walked through the museum we saw how the war started, how the US eventually got involved, how the war progressed, the formulation and execution of the D-day plan in Normandy and the use of the ...