Hampton Inn Slidell
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... but pushed in a clear new direction.” After a half century of creating music for others and himself, Dr. John continues to write, arrange, produce, and interpret with a passion that has yet to wane.
As the excitement grew for Dr. John so did the crowd. In fact there was so much crowd noise that we were incapable of hearing when he started playing. That, combined with an over-abundance of sunlight got us up and out of our seats and moving over one stage to ...
... picked out, but they didn't have any vacancies, so we continued down the road about half a mile to New Orleans East Kampground (no not a KOA). Anyway, they had a few vacancies so here we are. It was a little tight getting into the site since the ground is very wet and we didn't want to get stuck, but the sites are narrow and packed gravel and the owner/managers are very nice. Tomorrow we start doing some sight seeing on our way to Mobile, ...
... entry fee (i.e. free) at the Cabildo (formerly city hall, now a museum) on the other side of the cathedral. We definitely got our money's worth at these two museums.
We grabbed a bite at The Gumbo Pot. Food was fine but it was interesting to later hear our tour bus driver tell us to never eat there! Why?They don't serve good gumbo. Good thing we had eaten a Shrimp Po-Boy and Shrimp Salad.
... the French Market, admiring the food options (and alligator heads). Then continued along the river to Jackson Square. We started to feel the pangs of hunger about now and headed for Stanley. The wait was about 30 minutes but their awesome system that texts you when your table is ready made it more than bearable. As we waited, we walked up to Bourbon Street and then enjoyed the quiet of Jackson Square. Our text came and it was time to eat.
And eat, we ...
As amazing as our trip has been so far there have been things to "deal" with. Lack of space, lack of privacy, train bathrooms ( train bathrooms are glorified airplane bathrooms that smell like a port-a-potty), train food ( I had to make a hard choice when our train was 2 hours late coming in to New Orleans- an over ripe banana with our last travel pack ...