Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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... also and others were just coming for ceremony and reception on board. It would certainly be a different way to have a wedding where you are off on the Honeymoon right away.
The Faster to Fun option also provided for our room being ready at the time of boarding which was nice because they were still unloading bags to rooms at 5 p.m. and ours was by the door and our room ready at 11:30 a.m. It's not that we needed our bags just nice to get things put away and settle ...
... to the crooked Mustang. On the way back to the car Jock is pointing and saying we passed a place, although the direction he's pointing we haven't been yet. So I stop him. Which way? This way he points again. Ok I say which way is our hotel. He thinks for a moment. It's this way. He points again almost the opposite direction of where it actually is. You're a spinning compass! He just laughs. I'm pointing at where our hote is and saying I'm serious, Rubbish he says, ...
... and slavery from most of the rest of the southern American states. There was slavery here, but before there was, there were also free men of colour and very liberal laws (for the time) around rights for them and for women.
Milton shares a lot of information with us as we walk around the quarter and way too much for me to share here, but he keeps us enthralled. Last port of call on the tour is the cemetery and I will include photos. We see the grave of the ...
Tuesday we packed up, left our luggage in the office and headed out. We had breakfast at The OLD Coffeepot right on St Peter just off Bourbon. It was ok. My husband had a crawfish/cheese/bell pepper omelette that was excellent, and the biscuits were great but my eggs were runny.
We toured the Presbytere and Cabildo and enjoyed them both very much. One is about katrina and the Cabildo is historic. It has Napoleons death mask and ...
... the Blues tent to see the headline act which was Rodriguez. The Sugarman was very frail and the sound was not set up the best, but he managed his main hits and a few other songs. I guess he must be in his 70s now, but he was not as fit as Leonard Cohen or Mick Jagger, probably a reflection of all those years working as an odd job man in Detroit.
As we left the site later there was a huge queue for the bus back to town, but generally people were happy and chatty. ...