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... the scent as well as sounds and sights, a blend of sweet Daiquiri which everyone is drinking in gigantic cups with straws, and vomit which results shortly thereafter, though we never actually saw any ejected. Maybe that was just the smell of the daiquiris. We made one stop at Irwin Masefields, which is known as the centre for high quality traditional jazz. It was full, but we managed to catch some view and smooth sounds coming from within. Back to the hotel by about 11. Early ...
... southern colonial mansions in the United States. The architecture was pretty impressive. Also, the Lafayette Cemetery was next door and I peeked through the gates to take a look at all the mausoleums (the cemetery was closed Saturday night and some film crews were in there monopolizing all the fun tombs anyway).
After that adventure I took a trip down to Cooter Brown's for some good ole Crawfish. After a two-pound, six dollar plate ...
The hair is done, the nails are done, the bags are packed. We are ready! The weather will be cold, but hopefully it'll be a magical time with all of the Christmas markets. I'll miss my children and my dogs and my friends, but everyone is working and healthy. I'll miss mom's 85th birthday and Thanksgiving, but she ...
... Alligator's. The Captain had a real strong Louisiana accent and if anyone has seen True Blood ( Vampire Show) then he sounded like someone of that.
We put our headphones on because the sound of the boat was really loud, and then blast off, proper wind swept.
We pulled up and he pointed out an Alligator, about 8 feet he said, he grabbed some pieces of chicken and was shouting come here and splashing water, sure enough the Alligator came up and he fed it. We moved ...
... If that is our only blemish from the trip then we are doing OK. We got to our campsite, the Jude Travel Park, not far from downtown New Orleans, at 3:30 pm. We knew we would not have much time to see things in New Orleans, which is a shame as it is a very unique city where there is a lot to do. With only a few hours we decided to do a short walk around the waterfront and French Quarter. We had hoped to pop in to one of the National Park ...