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... and 40s when they were looking for oil, they look exactly the same, just man made, rather than the natural bayous. We then headed to a Cyprus swamp, we could see all the large trees, and you could clearly see the root systems above the water to allow the roots to get oxygen. Some more younger alligators came over while we were there, you can tell they are still young as they still have stripes. We got to throw some marshmallows for them to eat. The guide then caught one by grabbing ...
... or New Orleans but I gotta say it wasn't anything special. Perhaps it's more of a spectacle during the evening :/ The heat was proving to be a little too much so we thought a bit of a cruise down the Mississippi would be the perfect way to cool down. We boarded the Natchez, one of the last original steamboats in the U.S. It was a beautiful boat and the breeze was fantastic. Great way to see some of the local houses and cargo ships. I ticked another item off my bucket list ...
... it is one of the grandest and largest residences in the Garden District.
•The ornate cast-iron balconies of the Carroll-Crawford House.
The cars in New Orleans don't have number plates on the front, only on the back. I didn't notice this in San Francisco.
Dinner tonight at Brighten's which has been recommended by Jazz Quarters. The food was okay but not spectacular as had been indicated with the ...
... Final, looked like a white wash, wonder what Tasmania has to pay out to the Hawks as a sponsor now? We are heading now to the Deep South. We crossed the Pearl river and took at comfort break at the Visitor centre not long after at 8.20 am until 9.00 am. The stop had a Lunar Module trainer and had the signature and feet in cement of Fred Hayes an astronaut on Apollo 13 underneath it. Elizabeth took pictures of us crossing the county line out of Louisiana and into ...
... we were still seeing packs of people in their 20's and 30's, all in various types of red dresses. It was quite funny. We ate dinner at the French Market cafe and once again Tad and I were thrilled that the girls tried everything from the sampler we ordered: fried alligator, gumbo, more Caesar salad, shrimp creole, red beans and rice, crawfish étouffée and jambalaya. It was raining on the walk back. Everyone in bed by 9:30. Early wake-up tomorrow for the swamp ...