Cotton Exchange Hotel
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... Audubon Park is quite lush and very big. It used to be a cotton plantation in the early days. We only look at a small corner of it, apparently there is a zoo at the other end of the park. While we are here we see lots of squirrels, which are very different to the ones in London, much smaller and way more flighty. Paul thinks they are like rats with large tails. It's very humid and has been raining on and off through the morning. I doubt anyone living in NO would need ...
One super cool exhibit showed off the behaviour of a school of fish. To create this effect they had to throw in a black tip reef shark to make sure those little fishes were living in a constant state of fear. Safety in numbers brothers...
The aquarium even had a couple of African mammals on show. This guy didn’t give ...
... of WW2. The exhibitions in the main building cover mainly the D Day Campaign and the Pacific theatre. There are many uniforms and weapons displayed in the galleries as well as many personal items carried by soldiers as well as neat little stations where you can listen to veterans tell their stories.
A word to the wise. There are some very graphic images on display. This is necessary and certainly not gratuitous, given the subject matter, but ...
... it powered. She mentioned how he could just charge it in his car. He said but if I have my keys in the ignition he could get done for drink driving. No, she says, you don't need the keys in, it will just charge from the battery. She was so confident on this, it stumped him. He knew better, and was going to say she was not right but he faltered. So I smiled and just looked at her and shook my head. 'Ya wrong' I said. Dang, now I'm involved. I should have just snuck away. 'If you've ...
... and happy folk, it relaxed. Our Forst music stop was at the waterfront stage as a great group called Orta was setting up. They were about 7 or 8 of them, led by guitar, with heavy percussion... Bongos, keyboard, bass. Their style was almost Brazilian, with great danceable beat. Great music at a great location, right on the banks of the Mississippi. At one point a steamboat chugged by just to fulfill the scene! While there we chatted with a couple of lovely local guys ...