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... a New Orleans native and after Katrina he donated a million dollars to his community to rebuild - now called the Musicians Village you were only allowed to live there if you helped with the rebuilding of the homes. There is a music school and hall and a children's playground as well.
After the tour we went back to the Riverwalk Plaza - met up with Rob and had drinks and tried Gator Bites at the Crazy Lobster.
... a crawfish boil that could feed a Kenyan village and we happily spent the next hour peeling and generally making a mess (I ruined my shirt with crawdad guts while inhaling the juice from the carapace). On stage was Chris Mule and the Perpatrators.
2:00pm WWL's Esplanade in the Shade Stage: Chris Mule and The Perpetrators
The name Chris Mule might not be instantly recognizable to the casual music lover. But in his native New Orleans, he ...
... to displays about the tools that were used to subjugate the people, their religions and medicines and families. It was awful to imagine twenty-odd people all cramped up into one tiny room, especially in the heat we were experiencing (and it’s only March! I can’t comprehend how hot and uncomfortable it must have been in July or August). There was lots of information about one particular slave, who was only listed as "Antoine", who became an ...
Whenever I look at cruise options, I automatically and (until now) irrevocably exclude one cruise line: Carnival. Carnival is thought by me to be low-end, budget-traveler, party-boat, undesirable, not-at-all-my-kind-of-vacation. Recently, we have read about Carnival disasters: The "Poop Cruise" on the Carnival Triumph where passengers were stranded for five days on the high seas without toilets and had to be towed to Alabama; Failure of the Carnival Elation's ...
... buy their freedom, and many went in to have slaves of their own after becoming free. This was our last stop for the day and we jumped back in the bus to head back to New Orleans. After being dropped off at the hotel, we went to hard rock for dinner, where I had arguably the worst fajitas of my life. We also then decided to go on a ghost tour this night, so we booked on our way home and went straight to a pub to start the 8pm tour. This was ...
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