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... mind, Robert never actually sang about selling his soul at the crossroads, but because of his song about trying to flag a ride at a crossroad, the legend has been ascribed to him.) It was on this stretch of highway that blues singer Bessie Smith died as a result of a car accident on September 26, 1937, but that's another story. And so, on our second day in New Orleans, on North Rampart Street, in the Tremé district, at a tattoo shop called "Art Accent," a ...
... of too low levy banks and not enough pump stations are being rectified along with a lot of other preventative measures.
Some of the new public gardens are making the city look very inviting. This is a sculpture park and it is free for everyone to enjoy. They had volunteer gardeners there today weeding and making sure it is well cared for.
After our tour, we went to the Court ...
... a little bit of fun. The bus drive felt like forever and everyone had a nap on the bus except me. I was too pumped to have a snooze. There are those people who truly love their job and are so excited to share their knowledge that you can't but help love them. Our bus driver was just that, he did not stop talking to even take a breath.
The first stop on our tour was Oak Alley Plantation, this is the american styled plantation with the over the ...
... the US flag, and salute to an uplifting piece of music. I could swear people were crying next to me. I had to run for the door so as not to say anything out loud and offend anybody. I left feeling a bit annoyed actually. The atomic bombs were barely mentioned. It's a pretty big ethical question that was almost entirely overlooked. I get it. I do. But don't cut straight to scenes of jubilation and joy without thinking about the cost. Anyway, not a history blog. ****. So, New Orleans. ...
... Talk about ownership ping pong. We then traveled through the ninth ward. This was the area worst affected by Hurricane Katrina eight years ago. It was humbling to see that there was still a lot of work to do in the city after all this time. A lot of positives have been bought out of the disaster. One of which is the musicians village which is part of the ninth ward. This is an allotment of houses which were rebuilt in the beginning of the rebuild and offered to ...
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