Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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... your toast or these fancy waffle-making machines that you put the batter into and turn out waffles in under 2 minutes.....amazing!
Still struggling even after breakfast and a shower. So while Paul is attending to some business I go out in search of the elusive good coffee. I ask at the front desk and clearly they are heathens because the 2 poor young things in their naivety offer up Starbucks- eeugh. Then they suggest a place called PJs, a few blocks ...
... that one again, especially with the trillion mozzies floating around.
We found a little kiosk along the highway and went to explore a short path they had out the back. The mozzies found us within seconds, but the depth and density of the ecosystem here was impressive to say the least.
... every direction, which is wonderus, as south of us
is swampland, and intermittently within the deafening sounds of the fireworks,
you can distinctly pick out the sound of automatic weapons going off. Wap wap
wap wap wap wap wap.
I loved every minute, and so I believe
did Angie Pete and Chris, even though, and I didn’t tell you this till now, it
rained all night long.
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... walk fast and I'll beat the snot out of anyone who gives me grief. So I walked. It was a culturally enlightening experience. The vagrants start appearing up around St Louis Cathedral at night and amass along Decatur Street. I think it was early enough in the evening that all the weirdos were keeping the true whackos at bay. I wasn't bothered by anyone other than the occasional "Hey gorgeous", "Hey baby", "Cool shirt" kind of thing. I just smile, ...
... Luckily, our room was available as soon as the hostel opened, so by about 8am we were having a much-needed snooze. I'm not going to lie to you, our much-needed snooze became a very long sleep followed by a quick meal nearby, which was followed by another long sleep. But by 10 am the next day, we were feeling fresh and ready to hit Nola, as New Orleans is known.
As is covered in 'Streetcar', New Orleans is a hot and steamy city. This was definitely our ...