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... tired that night from being sick the night before that the people stomping above and the drunken people coming home at 3am didn’t bother me.
Our final day in New Orleans we headed to Café Du Monde to have some beignets. They are basically a fried pasty that is covered in icing sugar. They sell them in 3’s and at only $2.45 for 3 we got a serve each. I have to say they were pretty delicious but you end up covered in icing sugar powder ...
... home for veterans and there is a bridge way to cross over to the beach. We saw a meteorological area for the wether as this area before Katrina had 25,000 homes after 6,000 were taken and there were many empty lots on the waterfront. The Bay of Biloxi through the Gulfport and Biloxi area is pristine white sand and lovely beaches and walkways. We stopped and went on a Shrimping boat excursion for an hour. We were shown how they dredge the sands and what they use ...
... playing music from the 40's and 50's and tributes to the American Service men who fought in WWII as well as those of present day. We even had two veterans in the audience, one who was celebrating his 90th birthday. Thoroughly enjoyed the music just wished they had played Mack the Knife instead of Beyond the Sea. Anyway they were good and it was a lovely trip down memory lane. There was even a Congo line to the Bunny ...
... But we liked it here. Pros: clean rooms, friendly
staff, LOCATION!!! Cons: our room faced the courtyard and the door is
noisy and the wi-fi is so weak you can't access it in your room.
3 blocks down St Peter we found our grocery store, Rouse, and it has
fresh fruit, wine, veggies, snacks, potato salad - great selection. We
came here often.
... mouth mechanically closed. Apparently the bit and strength factor is in closing the jaws not in opening them so it doesn't take much to hold the mouth closed.
We saw some leatherback turtles, which were quite small, an apparently old swamp cabin which I am convinced is just a tourist prop but never the less made one think of the days of Créole trapping and living in the swamp.