Crowne Plaza Hotel New Orleans Airport
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... it marshmallows, got some good shots. We continued down the bayou and I was able to see a few bird species but couldn't get photos of them because the airboat is so loud they flew off as soon as we came close. We had a fabulous time and I even got to hold a two year old Alligator, he guide thought it would be cute to put him on my head and John thought this was great. After we drove around at speed for awhile we headed back to the ...
... my liking with raccoon and it's babies. The driver was feeding them marshmallows. They have rabies! Good job they wouldn't come out onto the water. On our way back we driver down the river passed where the pigs were and we found one floating on the top of the water with only it's head and half of torso left, he had gone for a swim and wasn't able to out swim the alligator :( our driver looked a little upset because I think it was the one he was feeding marshmallows to and getting ...
... of food stalls etc. Nothing spectacular though. We then headed towards the Armstrong park for yet another free concert that N saw on TV that morning. Sitting in the park, chillin' to some tunes, this is the life.
After that, we took a walk along Bourbon St. It is a real party street. It was a Thursday night and the streets were pumping at 9pm.
We started the next day with a walking tour with Free by Foot ...
... be on the sidewalks when they come through as you WILL get hosed down! The next day the streets were remarkably clean.
Before we left, I wanted to walk down Royal Street. While only one block off Bourbon Street it is a world away as far as who they cater to. There were funky little shops, antique shops with beautiful chandeliers, cozy little cafes. We also walked down to the Riverfront and to Jackson Square. Jay and Joyce have been to NOLA many times ...
... and innovations under near and continuous surveillance. That Apple adamantly refuses because they have some Government-like excuses and so called policy issues that they don't want visitors to switch off their OS. They're also certain that everybody is content with their OS which I think is a gross misunderstanding and 100 % a bogus conception and is, obviously, a denial of human psychology. No, I am not an allergic to Apple, actually, ...