Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites New Orleans Airport South
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... up the atmosphere before heading home. That night however we both got ill. Wade was lucky he only had a sore neck, head and felt nauseous. I had all of that but was also violently ill. It was terrible, it was like there was some sort of homemade alcohol in the drink (thank god for the toilet in our room), to make matters worse we only had bunks and seeing I am the smallest I was on the top bunk and it really wasn’t fun. We both think it must ...
... between tribes.
Shaka used to play professional football but now he is a Mardi Gras Indian chief and professional musician. He explained the origins of jazz, how slaves in New Orleans used to have Sundays off. Slaves would gather in Congo Square (right outside of his restaurant) and play music. There was a language barrier as many people were brought from different areas and cultures. Jazz is extremely conversational and the arts allow for ...
... the city and the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. We received a very detailed overview of how the city was founded and the relationship with French, Spanish and American people's. We stopped off at a local cemetery and saw the size of the tombs which cost minimally $500,000 each. They are made of ornate marble and granite and are to be maintained by the family. We moved to the Museum district and stopped at the local cafe at the Museum of Modern Art ...
... So this uber rich lady moved into her house and was soon known by her neighbours as she proceeded to chase a 13 year old slave girl around the halls ending in her untimely death as she fell into the court yard. Quite rightly, the neighbours didn't like this, and expected punishment, however, because of her status and money, the lady was let off with no more than a slap on the wrist. Some time past, and our lady, being as rich and well known as she was, naturally ...
... a New Orleans native and after Katrina he donated a million dollars to his community to rebuild - now called the Musicians Village you were only allowed to live there if you helped with the rebuilding of the homes. There is a music school and hall and a children's playground as well.
After the tour we went back to the Riverwalk Plaza - met up with Rob and had drinks and tried Gator Bites at the Crazy Lobster.