Hyatt Place New Orleans/Convention Center
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... covered up by the government. This was the draw to the town, a small dusty school type project of people's accounts and affidavits of what happen on that day. After a short stop we pushed on the Carlsbad caves, a more impressive sight of a cave system formed from a reef from 250 million years ago. Our day ended in Sante Fe, the capital of New Mexico amid the festivity in the main square and food and music all around. The old city is tiny but so quaint. We ...
... piece of metal with what is effectively a giant fan strapped to the back. This then powers the boats around the swamp at speeds of up to 60mph.
In the registration office, there were various nods to the main attraction in the area - the gators. Gator statues, memorabilia, signposts and ...
... an airboat tour, learn more about the architecture and history of New Orleans - get my mind a little "waste deep in the big muddy," find some history on Louis Armstrong, Truman Capote, Edgar DEgas, Anne Rice, Tennessee Williams, Lee Harvey Oswald...(Who Dem?)
Lingo: Praline, beignets (ben yay), creole, cajun, Po boy,
Muffuletta, jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish
Cost: $53/hotel, free breakfast at the hotel, cost of souvenirs in the French Quarter
... into the bayou - quite interesting but not a lot to see - till we get to the wild pigs - which stampede down to the boat as it approaches! They are destroying the environment, killing trees by digging around their roots, as well as the habitat of the native birds and animals, but they get fed marshmallows too! What won't they do for the tourist dollar? We are glad we did the trip but again are a bit put off by the commercialisation of the place.
Back to our hotel for a rest before ...
... with an eggplant crawdad stuffing. It was so wonderfully savory. Polly fell in lust with his crepe, a bacon nuttela amalgamation that for me was good but just a bit too much. We made our way back to the hotel and we guys went to the pool while Caroline stayed in our room sunning at the window (the pool was in the shade so it would not be warm enough for her. We had a good time at the pool until a race was proposed, I decided to do the back stroke and ...