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... equal pressure when the wind hits and does not blow off. It withstood Hurricane Katrina up to a point. It sits 23 feet above sea level and at that point on the water, Hurricane Katrina was at 24 feet. The Hurricane was not supposed to hit Biloxi and with only a day and half notice they didn't have time to pack up the house other than shut the shutters and ply board shut the windows and doors. Katrina did eventually blow in the front door and when the wind was allowed ...
Today we woke up and headed over to breakfast, once again we were treated to a really lovely breakfast, this morning was a sweet and it was crepes, just wonderful. Luckily my abscess decided to rupture during the night and my pain has demonised considerably, still there but no where near as painful as it was.we headed out this morning down North Rampart Street and walked to Canal where we caught the street car to City Park. Here we went to the Sculpture Gardens and looked at ...
... head to New York Penn station between 1 and 5 in the morning you will witness drunk girls being helped home by Amtrak staff, domestics, sassy-mouthed homeless people- it was all a go! I was struggling to stay awake but had my rug sack and hiking bag to keep an eye on so I wouldn't let myself sleep. It was trying to remember irregular french verbs that kept me awake...I don't remember all of them, something sitting and thinking about for a few hours was not going ...
I had planned to meet Erin, my Airbnb host at midday, but as I was up early and checked out early, I wasn't sure if she would be ready when I arrived. It was only a 20 minute drive to her place and she had agreed to put some traffic cones out to reserve me a park on her busy street. It was jazz fest and she lived within walking distance of the festival and the French quarter. When Erin had messaged me about jazz fest, I replied with ignorance. I had no idea about the world famous annual ...
... to sharing this with Tyler, Polly and whomever will listen, she gave a great show. We then headed north a block looking for Carl LeBlanc... our time were confused so it seems we saw the NOLA Legacy Band. They were not a bad way to kill time but we spent most of it spitting sunflower seeds, drinking daquaries and watching the two-year-old girl who really wanted to go into the resurrection bar because she liked the dancing skeleton.
1:30 NOLA Defender Stage: ...