Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter
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Had a lovely meal here, tried Cajun food, delicious.
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24 May 14 Departure: 18:45 Houston, USA - G.Bush Intercont, Terminal C
Arrival: 19:53 New Orleans, USA - L Armstrong International
Flight: United Airlines UA1081 Aircraft: Boeing 737-900 Cabin Class: Economy Restricted
Had a very good flight to New York where we travelled on to Nashville arriving at 5.15pm Nashville time which is 6 hours behind us. Picked up our people carrier. A white car this time. Found Hampton Inn and Suite no problem. Very nice room. We were quite tired but freshened up and went downtown to explore a bit. Very lively place with lots of music …
... New Orleans named Drewe, added beneath the tattoo of my Yoruba cross, the numbers 61 & 49, separated with a musical triplet. For me, it had nothing to do with superstition, and everything to do with holding on tight (no matter what) to my dreams, which in the last 38 years has been difficult. The compromises that I've made in order to keep playing, to consciously "give up my day job" when people I thought were my friends were telling me "don't," the ...
... Two Sisters for a buffet lunch. There was plenty of food to choose from including gumbo, jumbalya, ribs, cajun foods, crawfish salads etc. We all went back for seconds. Barry enjoyed meeting some other Aussies on our tour. The people on the left of the pic are from Adelaide and the couple on the right are from Sydney., All nice people.
The humidity is really zapping the energy out of everyone ...
... collumns and decorations. A true southern one. We got to take some pics from our bus when we drove past Evergreen Plantation which was used for movies like Django Unchained and 12 Years a Slave. We had a tour at 9:50am to go through Oak Alley and learn about its history. There are these amazing 300 year old oaks that have a path from the plantation to the Mississippi River and this is where its name comes forms. There have been two notable owners of ...