Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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... then chased some live music. After some Cajun in one bar we moved to another to listen to a trio with a Jimmy Hendrix “play alike”… slide guitar on the microphone stand and musical breaks… really entertaining for a couple of hours. A taxi took us home about 11pm.
Unlike our other house mates who hid from us, the new ones, Michael and Susan were really friendly. Susan headed off ...
... of hours than drifting down the Mississippi in an old paddle steamer. Gina said goodbye to me at the gang plank as I was leaving and asked me if I'd been to Frenchmens Street yet. This is the third time someone has recommended this place, so definitely going there for a few drinks this afternoon. Gave her a peck on the cheek to thank her for all her kindness, and she gave me I be back. Very sweet way to finish the tour.
Stopped in at the Cathedral on the way ...
... which is awful, like the big market with loads of strippers. We all get one of these frozen drinks to walk around with. A grenade or hurricane or something, it's a Mardi Gras thing but they have them all the time now. Anyway we do find ourselves in a good bar with a good band and then hop on the streetcar home. But I can't really remember that, after the huge alcohol slush puppy I have a bit of a ...
Left our dire hostel and upgraded to a 4 star French place in french and quarter with a balcony and marble bathroom for super cheap. Walked around the French quarter exploring. Such a cool place, just like being in France but American. Loads of little quirky alleyways with gas lamps and really old pubs and voodoo shops from the African slave trade influence. Experienced the local delicacy for lunch in the form of a foot long Po boy. Basically just a French baguette sandwich. Drove ...
... mass of people who were trying to use the toilet too, managed so much order. There was no guidance of any kind. Yet here where I was looking at a bank of 15 portable toilets, the people had formed their own order I which to wait to use the toilets. They just formed queues of their own, and it was perfectly balanced. No rush or tussles. I made it to the main event and found a spot as close as I could get to the stage. It was still 30min before the headlining act began. ...