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... to be someone else's hat. Elizabeth was behind us and we made a bit of noise to go back and get it. We quickly retrieved it and Andrew tipped the dude $20 at the end and explained its significance. He was grateful and thanked us for our service. We saw 4 lt plastic containers bobbing on the surface of the river. He pulled it ip and there was a massive catfish on the hook and a cement weight holding it down. He put it back, I did feel sorry for it. We finished up at ...
... in adjoining buildings because of fires
In the big house sons moved out of the main house at 15 years old into an adjoining building.
Girls were married at 12 – 13 years old to men often 20 years older
Had a mint julep - mint & lemonade – non alcoholic which was delicious and praline ice-cream - so good!!
... onto the Mississippi River. From here, he somehow thought he was still able to govern. Obviously not and one night some particularly ticked off citizens sailed out to his ship and put and end to it. Some time later, Spain got word of this misdemeanor and sent over a particularly fierce captain who, upon arrival, slaughtered the men responsible and laid them out in the square to remind the population that they were in fact, Spanish. This wasn't the end of New ...
We headed straight to the French Quarter where the infamous Bourbon Street was flourishing in all of its dirty, dirty glory. One positive was that couples were more than welcome in all the strip joints...
Built in 1732, Lafitte’s Blacksmith shop is reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar ...
... I think walking is probably the way to go. I will say that with Hurricane Katrina a lot of the roads are still in need of repair. We couldn't believe the pot holes, ripples and uneven pavement. I guess the horses don't mind?
Jackson Square represents the most historical part of New Orleans. We'll leave the historical importance of the square up to you folks. From the river the square leads into the ...