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
... shirt and out came this hairy nipple and he yelled whooaaaa as loud as he could into the night. Ok I missed it. The reason. Things don't have to make sense when you've been drinking or smoking. He then stood beside me and asked if I wanted to buy some coke. No I said. He told me weights and prices and quality like it was a corner shop, but we were on Bourbon Street in plain view. There's lots of dealers on Bourbon street offering tourists cocaine. It's common knowledge. ...
... unload planes in lightening. Anyway we got off ok and found a taxi to take us to the Jazz Quarter and we used the code to get in and then found our key and instructions. Luckily for us the innkeeper was waiting and she showed us to our room, the Armstrong room, which was good because John was heading elsewhere. The room is lovely, we have a lounge area, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. There is also a small balcony ...
... s you’d expect after a hotel instead of tent night un-surprisingly. Me and Laura walked around and found some lunch after sleeping through the free breakfast along with everyone else. We enjoyed walking around the city soaking in the culture and I hope one day we can go back. We got back for a nap and then while Laura watched the Titanic I headed out to meet a few of the gang who were watching Dana having her tattoo ...
... to observe a Sunday mass. It was quite interesting. Everybody knelt before the priest who was giving mass. There was bible readings, teachings, prayers and songs. It was actually quite beautiful. Americans are very religious, particularly in the south.
For the rest of today (late afternoon) Gus and I are hanging out at the hostel and chilling with others. We will probably have a few beers soon and then head to Frenchman st. This street has been recommended by ...