Comfort Suites New Orleans
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... looked at me. Look let's split up. You'll have a different experience. He said ok. And I said keep checking your phone? And he said ok. I said are you going to the bar we went to last night with Lionel playing and he said, he was. I ducked off into a cigar shop and asked two seated gentlemen if I could use the restroom. They were a bit dubious but then they noticed the cigar I was smoking and said sure. I placed it in ashtray and went into what was basically a cleaning ...
... I hang around town for a little while but the heat & itching is too much to handle so j eat back to the hostel and watch TV, chat to the Aussies for a couple of hours before getting a taxi to catch my plane. New Orleans was a success but I just couldn't cope with the heat at all. It was literally hotter than the ...
... the last to be in the lobby though haha, frigging hopeless!! Dinner was just at hard rock before hitting bourbon st again, john had organised for us to go to a underground jazz house, I wasn't super keen but figured I should get into the local culture and listen to jazz but I was actually surprised it was awesome, the club was like a little hole in the wall with no bar, toilets or aircon so it was fully like stepping back into the 1950's.I am starting to the be the 'contiki cough' so ...
... blues/jazz clubs, strip clubs. Street art and generally all other late night attractions.We went to a club called the swamp which plays regular house music until the early hours and bar hopped between great clubs, then got a shrimp po boy sandwich and headed home. It is a very very fun street, but it didn't satisfy my need for authentic blues/jazz clubs and the true New Orleans experience.
Earlier on in the day, Gus and I were walking the streets and ...
... This evening we had tickets to Preservation hall which is supposedly THE place to experience the history of jazz. I was worried that it might not be as good as expected but it was everything and more. Who knew the clarinet was so versatile! There was a pianist, not black, who didn't understand how jazz could rock the sole. Technically she was good but not a muscle twitched. The drummer broke ...