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Kurz vor einer Abmahnung beim Frühstück. Das fängt ja gut an. Wir haben uns erdreistet erst um 8:29 Uhr im Frühstücksraum aufzuschlagen. Oh dear! Es ist extrem schwül draußen. Gut dass unser heutige Programm keine riesige Aktion vorsieht. wir bleiben in der unmittelbaren Nähe im Garden District, der bereits …
... the heathens who were having fun. We kept walking and I realised something. That I hadn't spent anytime apart from Jock. We had basically been stapled to one another the whole time since Ayres Rock (Sydney Airport photo) and he was navigating the world on my coat tails, and it was about time I set him loose in a place that was barking and yelling and mad. We found a cross street, and walked towards what looked like a sign from God. A large Cathedral, which yes I have photos ...
... bogeymen, Transylvania. So it appears I will skip the nightlife and swank for gods and monsters. This first night will be an overnight trip to NYC, where it appears to be rainy all day. That's just as well because I have work still to be done. Yes, I'm a workaholic...I'm working on it. Then it's on to the old, the scared, and the unholy. I can't ...
... more cute shops along the way and grabbed some super cute floral shorts, I'm trying to get away from the grey printed tops and dark colours. When we got back to the hotel we had a few hours so I chilled in Nathan's pent house suit, my room was no where near as cool, he had a lounge room and everything!! I woke up in a panic that I only had half an hour to get ready for dinner so I bolted back to my room to get ready but cas informed me I actually had an hour to get ready, was still ...
... we though we should eat before hitting the town.
We all went out as a group into the French quarter of 'Norlans'. Specifically, we went out on Bourbon Street which is the largest draw card in New Orleans. This street is gorgeous. It was like we had left the USA and entered Europe. Beautiful old buildings line the street (which is about 2km long). It was Saturday night so it was incredibly busy. Everyone was very festive.
A lot of the attractions at night ...