Comfort Suites New Orleans
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... I set out to find. PJs may or may not be good because on the way I discovered a small trendy cafe called Merchant which produced rather fine coffee and very close to base. After a large (triple shot) cafe latte, I think I am ready to face the day.
Paul has a plan mapped out which includes a trolley ride out to the Garden District, then back into town along Canal St and out to City Park to visit the NO Museum of Art (NOMA). This sounds good to me and ...
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!
... day resting and relaxing around the hotel, and this gave me a free pass to wander for the day.
I chose to wander to the WW2 museum. This was only about a 10 minute street car ride to Lee Circle, a giant roundabout that encircles a column atop which is a statue of Confederate General and all round still very well respected Robert E Lee.
The museum is only about a block from the circle, a good thing given the humidity.
I had narrowly ...
... little like lady gaga. But with big bushy black eyebrows, and she wore a little black hat over her blond hair. But really, the only reason I noticed her was she was loud and full of attitude. Demanding over the bar that they charge her phone. At the time I didn't realise that she knew the bar girl. He also made some off cut remark on how more advanced the android operating system was over the apple. Like she was some sort of expert. I ignored her loud conversation to the barmaid that ...
... to the hotel for a little snooze, then we'll head back down for the evening fun. Back down to the waterfront for the evening. Our Forst impression was a bit "off" as there were hundreds of young people all congregating along Decatur as we entered the French Quarter, just milling around. There was no music or anything, and it appeared a little tense. However, we soon found the parking lot with the food booths, and as we ate our pulled pork and mashed potatoes and a beer ...