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... hotel on the outskirts of town. I got my room, unpacked my car and settled it. There was a Cajun restaurant with walking distance from the hotel and I though I'd try it. Is was really a random location for a restaurant. It was in an industrial area, and there was only a couple of people in there. The fat old southern woman welcomed me with that southern drawl and I sat myself in a booth. I ordered a sampler platter that offered different foods of the Cajun style. ...
... Tom Robinson or something, and the cheesiest face pulling drummer…) who were absolutely fantastic playing toe tapping country tunes combined with Christmas classics. Merry Christmas y'all!
…as I type I can hear the slightly haunting hoot of a distant train…we've crossed several tracks and heard quite a few hoots, but we've yet to see one!
The only downer to the day was thinking the camera might be broken so I'm afraid we have no photos for ...
... on a distinctly English aspect. The tall buildings in Houston had lost their summits in the rainy clouds. We reached New Orleans at 2200 and efficient teams of buggies and redcaps were waiting for us. I soon was in a taxi and checking into the Hyatt French Quarter, 800 Iberville Street. The hotel is modern and large and rather nice. My room is huge and if you removed the bathroom and furniture you could probably use it as a ...
... all the hype I was left a little disappointed.
Day 42 - 1st November 2013
Finally left New Orleans, Paul was going home today to spend more time with his family so there will be 4 of us to carry on for a bit. Heading to Vicksburgh which is on the way to Memphis.
Took us most of the day travelling, got to the Motel fairly late, ordered chinese and watched a film called Mama. Pretty scary that is.
Day 43 - 2nd November 2013
I feel like today's theme was Treme as we started and ended there (so to speak).
The day began with a walk to the Treme Backstreet Cultural Museum. Sooo worth it! Especially the Mardi Gras Indian costumes which are elaborate, impressive and just beautiful. The woman running the museum was a descendant of one of the Mardi Gras Indian queens which was cool too.
After the museum, we walked through Armstrong Park and Congo Square. By then it ...
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