Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites
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... evening and certainly not as busy as Mardi Gras but I could just imagine the electricity and wonder of the air. We managed to see some interesting individuals. A couple completely body painted with silver paint. The guys managed to see a guy with an interesting hairdo and no pants on just a loin cloth. Gail and I missed that one! Lots of scantily clad ladies enticing us to go in promising to mix us fancy drinks! Street performers and musicians all trying ...
... our animals and friends - I miss having more than one TV. We're watching football. Eww!
Some funny thoughts and signs:
"Sulphur" -- yes that's actually a town in Louisiana
"Schlitz and Giggles" - sports bar
"Who's your craw daddy?" -- sign for a local restaurant
"Stop to pet a baby gator!" Really?
"Don't feed the gators". just above the bayou here at the rv park.
... hanging around looking like they were expecting it all to kick off. A bit of a sour note after our superb day but light was certainly shed on the drunken debris of this morning. It must be said that when we came out as a foursome at about nine this morning, all the detritus of the early morning had been skillfully removed; so big thumbs up to our hollering cleaner acquaintances from the. early doors stroll. We love New Orleans ,warts and ...
... a nice touch.
Our hotel is in the middle of New Orleans' old French Quarter. Due to construction next door we initially couldn't see the hotel name and drove past it. When we asked some cops for directions, a local passerby spontaneously offered directions in that sing-songy Creole accent.
After checking in, we went for dinner outside the tourist area and had Cajun Seafood at a place ...
... Deparc petitioned his friend Thomas Jefferson (yes the president) for some land. Jefferson secured a huge lot of land and gave it away for free for his loyalty, The fun thing about this plantation was that it was run by four generations of women as creole's didn't believe woman were inferior. The smartest one in the family got the plantation when it was passed on. Elisabeth was the next mistress of the plantation. She was the grandmother of Laura and it ...