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... is above ground due to the fact that New Orleans is below sea level and so if they dig more than six feet they hit water. The tombs can hold many family members - the bodies are put in pine boxes which breakdown with the bodies quite quickly - when another family member is to be placed in the tomb the marble slab is removed, brick wall knocked out and the remains scooped into a plastic bag, sealed and dropped to the bottom of ...
... the boys play a fine blend of pop songs from the various ukulele crazes of the past century; Tiny Bubbles, Little Grass Shack, Lovely Hula Hands, I’ll See You In My Dreams, Ukulele Lady, and Lets Talk Dirty In Hawaiian- and New Orleans standards, from dixie to funk.
As we reached the US Mint I realized my error, we were far beyond the Rouse's stage and would miss the Ukulele music. I did redeem myself though with lunch. Once again ...
... over the Mississippi river, and turned right down a lane to reach the Oak Alley Plantation. We found ourselves driving through one of the wards, with the levee of the river reaching high overhead; every so often we’d see a big plantation house including one called the Laura Plantation, until we came up to the one we’d chosen to visit. The grounds were really impressive; the house was beautiful and the magnificent oaks which gave the plantation its name ...
... s perspective. Nick in particular, is a wealth of knowledge and is a super intelligent friendly guy who has done New Orleans and America proud. We were taken to key spots around the city by foot and in his fabulous Mercedes. To name a few, Jackson Square, Moon Walk on the Mississippi River, the lake, City Park, several affluent neighbourhoods and we were even drove by a few fraternities parties. Fraternities actually exist by the way, not just in the movies. Some require ...
... hot dog and I had creole seafood gumbo – A New Orleans specialty. We then listened to some afternoon Jazz at Maison Bourbon – one of the oldest jazz bars still operating on Bourbon Street. We enjoyed the jazz so much we even brought the CD.
Don was cooking dinner for us that evening so we headed back to the RV park to be welcomed with BBQ brisket and pork, both of which had been slow cooking on the charcoal fire all day – delicious!
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