Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center
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... Street. Musical highlight of the night was a guy in a cowboy hat playing a sort of slap bass style on an acoustic guitar with at least two kinds of pickups wired to it while beat boxing and singing in various voices. Impressive technically, but also musically awesome. After that the night descended into "3-for-1" specials (which cost three times as much) with various locals and tourists and eventually stumbling home. Oh, and I saw a giant dog riding in a pedicab ...
... is famous for the local doughnuts (beignets) which we had enjoyed on our previous visit and returned for another sample. One of those must-dos when in NO. Dinner was at an Oyster Bar close to the hotel. Excellent meal, oysters on the half shell with a spinach salad followed by bread pudding which is a NO specialty. Tomorrow we head out to the airport to pick up our rental car and head northwest to a community called Natchitoches in the Cane River Historic area. It is about a 5 hour ...
... the street to a little bar called Chickie Wah Wah to grab a nice big tofu salad bowl. There was a band inside playing some alt-country so we listened for as long as Kelsey's fragile head could take it and then went and sat outside to wait for her food. She enjoyed it muchly, and after stopping off for some snacks at a little corner store, we headed back to the hostel to pack our bags and get some more much-needed sleep. It'll be an early one tomorrow!
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