Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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... Bourbon street but was dead compared to the previous nights! We extended our stay here for an extra night. We felt that we haven't had enough time to do the touristy stuff and we had a spare week up our sleeve so booked an extra night which allowed us to do a few more bits in pieces. In saying that, we had a lazy morning around the pool the next day and made some future travel arrangements - we are heading to Memphis next! We met another Aussie lad in the hostel and headed back ...
... and boutique stores that line Magazine Street. Eventually we parted ways and I hopped back onto the street car and stepped off in Uptown at Tulane University and Audubon Zoo. I walked from that point to S Carrollton Ave. where I had an incredibly delicious burger and fries at Camille's Grill. (FYI - I've heard the breakfast dishes here are equally divine!!)
As you might tell from all the pictures, the beautiful houses and buildings ...
... panels, heat pumps, foundations high off the ground for some. I gather is was a section rebuilt using many architects designing energy efficient homes for the Katrina victims. I was glad we figured out how to get there although it was Marge's idea and wasn't sure I wanted to go. In the end it was worthwhile visit. After the lower 9th ward we went to the Superdome but could only look at it as the New Orleans Bowl was going on. Between the University of Louisiana fans and ...
... Hall which is an old building in the middle of the French Quarter with no alcohol, little seating and no pretension where they give everyone a go. They have a lot of brass bands here, but they also have a lot of older musicians who play here and try to preserve the old traditions. You have to line up to get in and it is well worth the wait. We get talking to a Brazilian couple waiting in-line who are doing our trip in reverse. They have just come from ...
... he had been kicked out and was bare chested, and was swearing and insulting the bouncer, who called the cops. They were slow to arrive but eventually there were 8 police there, including state troopers! We watched them frisk him and talk to him, but they let him go. His girlfriend looked strung out on drugs. This was our excitement for the night.