Hyatt Place New Orleans/Convention Center
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... were doing the same thing. I finally made it to the meeting point of the walking tour, outside the Lafayette Cemetery Number One. Our guide Sarah was amazing, she took us through the cemetery and pointed out all the features that make the tombs here unique and the whole burial process for families. Basically since New Orleans is so hot, the bodies would cremate inside the tomb so when the next family member died they would just sweep the remains down and put the fresh body ...
... outside people just don't seem to care and walking down Bourbon street that is very easy to see why, the streets are lined with pubs and clubs that are opened 7 days a week and many of them 24 hours and it seems that no matter what time of day it is there is always a party going on.
Walking down the French Quarter I walked the length of Bourbon and Royal streets, these are the most known and most popular of ...
... be a bad thing bring out evil spirits so he convinced me not too. I did however touch a bunch of them while he wasn't looking so maybe the magic will rub off? ;-) Dinner tonight was at Slappy's, we both had duck- Tod had peppered duck and I had praline duck. We split each and both were very good. The only problem with dinner was the waiter asked if we would like to sit outside, and I said yes without asking ...
... pipe organ that filled the streets of New Orleans before it left the port, I was very intrigued as it reminded me of music from Disney, Holly was definitely not impressed.
The Natchez was a lovely old looking steamboat and as we learnt about the history of ‘Nawlins we ate our Hard Rock Café club sandwiches, a hearty meal to say the least. There was a little trad combo playing all the classic tunes on one of the decks, Piano, ...
... Mardi Gras is more of a catholic/Christine celebration and is about Easter. I will need to look it up on the internet.
We were told by our tour manager where it was safe to go out and he gave us a map with our boundaries which was pretty much limited to the French quarter next to the Mississippi River. There is a lot of crime, particularly mugging in the non tourist areas.
Dinner was on a paddle boat on the river and included a Creole buffet. I ...
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