Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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... the United States rather than Europe and most definitely stems from the fact that I am Jewish because I was infatuated with some of the ancient synagogues when I visited Israel a few years ago. After we finished repenting our sins we continued to walk along the French Quarter. We weaved in and out of the side streets, ally ways, and cute little shops. Our friend Sean served as our tour-guide pointing out historical buildings and architecture along the way ...
... the careers of countless musicians.
In May, 2007, Marsalis received an honorary doctorate from Tulane
University for his contributions to jazz and musical education. And he
was inducted into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in 2008.
He can usually be seen performing on Fridays at Snug Harbor jazz bistro in New Orleans.
Lunch was eaten festival fashion, everyone went to a different booth and passed plates around so everyone could ...
We eventually made our way to Canal Street where we got a decent view of the parade and only Pete managed to nearly get trampled by a mounted policeman! While Pete and I were busy catching beads, coins etc. Jake was busy locking lips with one of the women we made our way to the parade with! Then he had the cheek to disappear with her! Eventually Pete and I got bored, found Jake and headed home, stopping off for a quick and lovely late night burger before joining the girls back ...
... on Lyndsey's ridiculous Go Pro on a Stick. We tried to stay out later, but everyone was tired. Leah and I desperately wanted to ride the bull at Bourbon Cowboy so we ran home to change. When we arrived back to Bourbon street the group had dispersed. Some went to Frenchman Street and some retired for the evening. Leah and I each took a turn on the bull (behind a girl who practically passed out on the bull) and headed home.
Leah and I are ...
Dave, who we had met on our Antarctic Cruise back in January let us know about this little secret spot. It seemed the secret was leaked to every Summer Camp in the State.
The park had some relatively untouched landscapes that captured the beauty of ...