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Tram to french quarter walked Down Decatur st and onto Frenchman st and back down through the markets then back to Canel st through Royal st heaps of cool jass bands playing on every corner! Hit the town went to Pat O'Rileys tried the famous Hurricane cocktail (very strong) then went into another room where they had duelling pianos taking requests great ...
... you hate cockroaches don't go here. eewwww they are everywhere . Recommend this to everyone tho if you want to learn allot about the history of New Orleans. After we got out of the cemetery we hopped on the bus and caught it to Magazine street, so magazine street is full of beautiful little antique shops and obviously jake made us go in everyone to look at candelabras and records, we walked around for about 1 hours and a bit and then hopped back on the bus to ...
... make of this Archaeological zone a touchstone of our historical, cultural and ecological heritage. Please help us conserve it.• If you are about to climb the different buildings in this zone, we recommend you do so with the utmost care so as to avoid accidents.• The restrictive sings throughout the zone ...
Today was the day of the streetcar…we got a 1 day jazzy pass for $3 and it lets you ride all the trolleys and buses all day til 4am. We originally thought you had to buy the pass from the machine and the closest one was Bourbon Street so we get there and the machine is broken! But a lady told us she heard we can buy them on the streetcar which we did. Very easy. I guess you just can't buy multiple days (they also offer a ...
... is slated to be finished, and the answer was that for about two years the answer has been "in about two years." The latest estimate moves that up a bit--roughly early summer 2015.
After that, we went through the museum exhibit, which is laid out chronologically from the build up to D-Day to the end of the war in Europe. Then ...