Four Points by Sheraton New Orleans Airport
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... did not allow me to take photo's inside which was no biggie as it was sparsely decorated compared the the other. The 'Drestrehan Plantation' had a lot of outbuildings that had either been moved there or were reproductions of the time so both plantations were great. The tourguides were knowledgeable and it was great learning about the pre-civil war times.
Riding along the river road was again curvy with very little traffic ...
... I heard the worst pickup line ever. A guys called out to a couple of girls, "You are beautiful. You know, you are like Jambalaya... you know.. with all the ingredients". The dude loved his food for sure.
Another thing very common around New Orleans is Cigar stores. I didn't try one but they seem to be very popular.
I am not sure if the french lived like this but it now is just a big party city. Crazy, drunk and happy.
The road trip from Chicago to new Orleans is underway, 900 miles as the crow flies but 2000 miles of zip-zag, getting our kicks on route 66 on route to heartbreak hotel. The whole map is a sound track and we check to make sure just how many hours we are from Tulsa. A coincidence out of x files cements it. We are listening to a download of Desert Island Discs and Bear Grylls is making his first selection. He chooses Jackson [we got married in a fever, hotter than a ...