Hyatt Place New Orleans/Convention Center
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Gator meat is big business so there are large gator farming operations all over the bayou. But there is little pampering. Once the gators hatch they go in a covered pond until they are big enough not to be carried away by Pelicans. Then they go into general population to grow for about 3 years at which point they will weigh about 200 lbs and yield 50 - 70 lbs of meat. Because every animal came from a base stock all farmed gators will have the exact same number ...
... all of you. One car full of people went to check out the devastation that still exists from Katrina, the other car had seen it and toured some area's that had been rebuilt and beautiful Southern homes.
The sweet treat of the night was Sno-balls, a dip in the pool, and enjoying each other's company. Zoe and I were playing a game with Layne and boy does he have a lot of energy. Time to hit the hay for another day of fun.
... in the casino called Masquerade. The music in there was BUMPIN! The dance floor was filled with people and apparently there was some pimp rapper mingling in the crowd. At one point, out of nowhere, this guy just started pumping out some push ups. It was completely random and everyone just looked at him like he was crazy. We hung out there for a while and then left to look at the really shiny jewelry that casinos always have. After we were done looking, we tried to ...
The Crescent Line leaves New Orleans at 7 a.m. every morning. The end of the line is New York City. The train station in New Orleans is much larger and relatively much nicer than the station in Birmingham. And maybe the people leaving New Orleans train station were a little stranger.
I watched a funny pair wheeling in a grocery cart full of plastic bags. Once they were situated in the waiting area, the lady immediately started rearranging her packages ...
... t go dressing up or wearing them high heels. Ain't no body gets dressed up in New Orleans. The clothes you wearing now (about to head on a swamp tour) are the clothes you wear on Bourbon street. You can't wear no high heels because you might see a nice boy and he might chase you if you get what I'm sayin? Bourbon street can be a very long street to run down in high heels.' It's true. 85% of people were in casual clothes including track pants and north face jackets at ...