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When we had first arrived we were not sure if we were in the right place. We walked into the office and heard a few locals talking about Dr. Who so we chimed in with a few comments and they started telling us who their favorite "Dr." was. Later one of those folks was talking to Chris and asked us where we were from. When I said I was from outside San Francisco the man said that I was more foreign to ...
... as the
underlying structure of the building had been totally eaten away by termites.
This being the case, we are now checked in by a girl in a make shift booth on
the entrance side of the park and then we have to swing around to the exit side
and squeeze into the park in the out lanes.
The bathrooms which had been wiped out
by Katrina, as had a majority of the park, were now both totally restored. The
quality of workmanship is not the best, ...
... in the afternoon
sun, no, this is a slice of real people, real people you do not generally get a
chance to meet. People like there used to be in the Keys, people just like us,
normal people with no airs. We are even meeting people outside of the camp, and
camp is a better name for what this is, people who are growing lemons and
oranges and grapefruit who have said “help yourselves to our fruit trees, we
can’t and won’t use it ...
... dinner we, of course, had to watch the Saints-Cowboys game and since we didn't have tickets, what better place than Champions Square outside the Superdome where they had it on a gigantic (and unbelievably clear) screen with cocktail bars and rabid Saints fans (OK and a few Cowboys fans) everywhere. Laissez les bons temps roulez! And roll, the Saints did: 49-17. As ...
... St which is in the opposite direction to FrenchQuarter. One of the things that has impressed me so much about NO, is that there is heritage everywhere. It's not confined to a few streets or a block, but its absolutely everywhere. Magazine st, is no exception.
Magazine St is extremely long, starting from the CBD, it heads west through a decaying but being renovated light industrial area, into a more shopping ...