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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
That morning, we got an early start and headed to the French Quarter. Kristin and I started out at Cafe du Monde to dine on bignets and chicory coffee. It was a lot bigger than we thought it would be, and really busy. Fortunately, we were able to find a table in the main cafe. We ordered a cafe au lait and frozen coffee and two orders of bignets …
Oh my goodness! It is humid here! As I was exiting the concourse, I hit a wall of thick, moist, hot air! It made me gasp a little! In Vegas, we always tell people that living there isn't terrible because it's a dry heat. If that's the case, then this is a wet heat!
I landed in New Orleans about 15 minutes ahead of Kristin, who was joining …
After working much later than we expected, we ventured out for dinner at 10:30 pm. As we exited the hotel, a cab was waiting, and we saw it was our favorite cabby from earlier that day. He was the one who took us to our client's apartment. We greeted each other with familiarity, and I informed him that the filming we saw was for a Fiat Commercial …
By the time we arrived in New Orleans and got our luggage,
it was around 10:00 am. As soon as we made it through the secure area, we were
offered our beads. Becky and Hope found out we could have more and went back to
get some and found out …
We left Thoamasville in the morning, and decided yes it was going to be Saturday night, the last one in the US for a long time and we should go out and have a good time. Looking at the map, there was a city well known for its ability to party within range - New Orleans and we set off for the Big Easy.. We stopped in to get some fried chickenn …
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