Cotton Exchange Hotel
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... said take a seat, you belong here. I said I didn't come in here to blow smoke up his backside nor take sides in their debate and he laughed. You can definitely stay! The owner of the cigar shop said you're smoking a version of the cigar that I'm about to give you that is the real deal. He sounded more from New York, though I've never been. He disappeared off into the large humidor (A cold version of Cairns) and then returned with a Cuban that would have made Fidel Castro ...
... rang the Jazz Quarter where we are next staying and informed them that we are delayed and we may have to book ourselves I if we get there after 5pm. We then had a look at one of the airport stores, mainly so I could see if they had any charms for Irene but instead John found a great t-shirt for himself and I found a pair of shoes as I did not bring any slip on shoes. We decided that we really would like to come ...
Back to bliss normality – a hotel! It's always nice for privacy and a proper bed. I was really excited for New Orleans, just seemed like a fascinating city to me. We started off with a couple of free hours where I caught up on some blogs and had a nice shower etc ready for the evening. We first walked into the French quarter for some food, then back to the hotel with some booze to play some drinking games. A couple of ...
... with the hostel group getting super drunk on bourbon street and having a merry time. It was great
We woke up with dry throats and feeling like ****. Had breakfast which is provided by the hostel and began exploring the city on foot.
We just returned now from walking around the French quarter. It is a very pretty place, and littered with century old French style houses. We re walked bourbon st (lots quiter during the day) looked In art galleries, ...
... and the rest of the band picked up the slack. There was a horn, slide trombone and base fiddle that carried the others. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We trundles down Bourbon street for a bit then separated from our younger companions to return to the hotel where we cooled off in the pool then settled in for the night.
A truly fantastic experience here in New Orleans!!!