Holiday Inn Express Harvey - Marrero
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... I took no real interest in ghosts. America seems to be obsessed with ghosts and ghost tours. You can take a lot of night walking tours. I declined... Voodoo is all over...a Haitian and catholic mixture...I noted the shops selling dolls, crafts and spells and also visited Marie Laveau, the famous voodoo high priestess' grave in St Louis Number 1, but generally, again, sort of ignored it. You can't escape Anne Rice in New Orleans. She was born here, she wrote ...
... Final, looked like a white wash, wonder what Tasmania has to pay out to the Hawks as a sponsor now? We are heading now to the Deep South. We crossed the Pearl river and took at comfort break at the Visitor centre not long after at 8.20 am until 9.00 am. The stop had a Lunar Module trainer and had the signature and feet in cement of Fred Hayes an astronaut on Apollo 13 underneath it. Elizabeth took pictures of us crossing the county line out of Louisiana and into ...
7.15 am Last night went to bed ballocksed expecting an 8 .00 am get up. PING ! Eyes wide open at 5 .30, body clock screaming for lunch. Bev and I are nipping out for an early stroll. It was humid and cloyingly hot last night, so expecting perspiration and lots of it. Look at the lovely courtyard view from our room. The place is magically like you dream of it being, lots of faded elegance and slightly shabby chic. 8.15 Took our ...
After a short drive from Baton Rouge, we've now arrived in New Orleans. Headed out to the famous Bourbon Street tonight - wow, crazy! People everywhere, all kinds of bars, live music, and places to eat. Unlike anything we've seen before.
Had a dinner of cajun chicken, jambalaya and voodoo juice before walking back to our hotel. Off to bed now, big day exploring this city tomorrow!
Bye for now
... ancestors also came from France to Quebec to Natchitoches Parrish in Louisiana. Found on ancestry that Willie-Guillaume Duparc married Gratis Sevigny (my maiden name) late in the 1800's whether this is relevant or not I don't know.
Laura Plantation was the source for Bret Rabbit and Tat Baby which is a Senegalese story brought by the slaves. A student of folklore recorded these stories as told to him by the slaves. In French they are: Complain Lapin (Bret ...