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... trick there... We were also chatting to our co-tourers and apparently there's a massive music festival happening in Austin at the moment - and Its - country music - we've had the country music radio stations on for the last few days - some of them are so bad that they've become good and one in particular is now my favourite, because it's truly terrible and Lauren hates it, so I enjoy deafening her with my renditions of it. The tour today was great but ...
... sculpted with different figures. The building has two construction periods of which the oldest,
corresponding to the Terminal Classic period (1000-1200 A.D.), was partially covered by the later one, dating from the Post Classic period (1200-1650 A.D.).
... and dolls. I'm not sure where it came from, but one of the famous voodoo people is now buried in a cemetary in New Orleans. The saints signs are everywhere. In fact we ate at a place Saturday night that had saints in the name. Boondock Saints was here. Some of the light lanterns have the saints patterns. Some of the doors have the hinges in the saints patterns. Everything is themed saints here. I want to come back and see Baton Rouge and Lafayette someday.
... This time I did get to glimpse the Natchez even though it was far away. We then had dinner at Dragos, another recommendation based on their fabulous oysters. I also got to try Corn Maque Choux which was amazing!! I think I have tried several new things each day of this trip! I hate oysters yet I have had them 2 nights in a row and LOVED them. This town knows how to do an oyster just let me tell you. I had another red fish as well. ...
... local we have spoken too when we ask them what they recommend in terms of a 'true New Orleans experience'. They say it's where we will see the best blues/jazz clubs, get the best food and meet the best southern people. It's more off the radar than bourbon st is, and the local vibe isn't ruined there. It's supposed to be a much more authentic New Orleans experience as opposed to a tourism based strip like bourbon st.
Frenchmen street lived up to its name. ...