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... while others have just been boarded up.
We walked down to Lafayette Cemetery no 1 to explore the crypts and graves. This is one of the oldest cemeteries and there are lot of children buried here as a result of a yellow fever outbreak. This cemetery is still in use today, with one crypt having 37 family members buried in it from 1867 to 1997.After wandering around for a while and only encountering tourists and not ghosts we got the ...
... Final, looked like a white wash, wonder what Tasmania has to pay out to the Hawks as a sponsor now? We are heading now to the Deep South. We crossed the Pearl river and took at comfort break at the Visitor centre not long after at 8.20 am until 9.00 am. The stop had a Lunar Module trainer and had the signature and feet in cement of Fred Hayes an astronaut on Apollo 13 underneath it. Elizabeth took pictures of us crossing the county line out of Louisiana and into ...
... platters which are actually Prawns and they were beautiful even though they were deep fried....lots of things in New Orleans are deep fried, even the corn bread they served with the Shrimp. We decided to take a peddle cart back to our accommodation which was not far but we had walked about 17kms so I really didn't want to walk any more. We rested up before heading out again to the World War II Museum where we ...
... was good.
Then we did the obligatory Bourbon Street walk. Plenty of police presence, including the mounted police who let people pet their horses. We went in Pat O 'Briens but I could not take the noise level and was glad to leave. BS is not my style, no thanks!! Although we did have a lot of laughs and fun walking around. We went back and had drinks and snacks on the balcony.
... hall. My back has been
4. Women in the south really don't sweat they glow, and I was glowing at the jazz concert
it truly is different down here in the evening.
5, It is impossible to make these thoughts line up!
This morning we took a tour of the swamp at Jean Lafitte National Park where we enjoyed the company of numerous alligators and turtles ...