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What better way to spend our last night in New Orleans than by having Jambalaya, Gumbo, fried shrimp, choc Kahlua mousse cake and drinking Hurricanes, mojitos and mint juleps while listening to Steamboat Willie at the Cafe Beignet. #classic #whatimherefor Also, we workshopped the preservation of my house idea and one buddy suggested we should probably also preserve the party house and mansion. ...
... the Johnson Space centre on the way. This was a really interesting visit, we got a tour around the grounds and watched some films about the space race and the current works of NASA. It also had lots of interesting exhibits about space travel. The next day we set off towards New Orleans. We stopped at Vermillionville, a little reconstructed village of the 1800s with people demonstrating old crafts such as carpentry and sewing. We then went on a swamp boat tour which was really fun ...
... we leave tomorrow for Austin Texas. We might be driving most of the day in the rain, but once we arrive there are nothing other than predictions of sun, Sun, SUN!
Once again Casey finds a wonderful little seafood shop not far from our digs in Slidell. At Kenney Seafood we score a pound of freshly boiled crawfish, fried local fish with a side of Crab and Corn Bisque soup and two pounds of enormous heads-on local shrimp.
Life is good! Enjoy the ride!
... stop on our tour was the beautiful Garden District which Sandra Bullock and Anne Rice call home. Apparently the area wasn't always prime real estate as it was originally the location of a number of slaughterhouses. In order to cover up the stench the locals planted flowers, thus giving the area its name.
We were back at the Monteleone a little after 11. It was a very interesting three hours. Good tour, and worth the $45 cost to get an overview of the city and its ...
... overboard for insinuating that his gators weren't as big as they made them in Florida. The greenie at this point realised he was outmachoed and wisely shut up.
Our guide then took us to a quieter area in the swamps and went into his cooler box for what we assumed were drinks. Nope, at this point he pulled out Gatorade, his pet alligator! He was only a baby at 13 months old and we were allowed to hold him. I was incredibly surprised to find out how soft ...