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... she was going to throw her knickers at the band! Fantastic night. We went on a plantation tour to two different Plantations, Laura Plantation and Oak Alley Plantation, the history and stories, and tragedy that these plantation held was fascinating. A time passed.....in most cases for the better....but still! We also did a city tour and a haunted & Horrors tour.... They were both awesome....it is a town of superstitions and ghosts! Their cemetery's are bizarre. ...
... br> Tricia was as wonderful as we remembered from last year and I went up and purchased her CD and after the show got her to sign it. This was certainly a better experience than the crowds at Dr. John. On our way back to the Hotel, Caroline suggested getting a couple of frappechinos for Ayana to thank her for taking care of us so far. This set in motion a series of events nearly culminating in me pitching a fit in a CVS.
We're sitting by a bridge over a local bayou, waiting for the canoes to arrive. Earlier today we were with them, setting Jakob's canoe into the stream system that winds though the city park. At some point we pulled all the canoes to some woodsy riverbank, followed a trail to a hilltop in trees, and held hands in some sacred circle while one fellow read us poetry of Le Loup - a wolf man of Cajun legend they had all come ...
... we shared the fried alligator, boucherie plate, and Louisiana cochon - a melt in your mouth roasted pork with plenty of flavorful fatty juices. I know to order cochon if I see it on the menu in the future. After this particularly fancy meal, we had delicious beignets for dessert once again at Cafe du Monde and spent a whopping $5 in the slots at Harrah’s before heading home without any winnings. At the Rum house for lunch one Tuesday, we had their $2 ...
... quicksand and both look identical so needless to say he has lead a very interesting life.
After the boat trip we returned to town for lunch and I finally got to try authentic gumbo (divine) and catfish (yummmmm) before we did some last minute shopping and laundry before heading back to the hotel to rest. Tomorrow we are off to Orlando - Harry Potter World, here I come! God I am so excited!!!
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