Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
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... I left the tour about half way through (had seen enough and had enough) and explored the gardens a bit more.
These houses are huge. Not only are the houses large but the individual rooms are also big. Since the Civil War the plantations have changed hands (owners) many times.
The Jazz Festival has commenced in New Orleans, making it very difficult to find somewhere to eat. We ate at a very low-key Italian restaurant. The food was ...
The nights were still pretty long for camping so I found myself getting lots of sleep. It has also allowed me to catch up on my reading. I am presently reading the biography of the Empress Dowager Cixi who is responsible for opening up China to the west in the second half of the nineteenth century.
I have been able to eat healthier and less expensive meals on the road by visiting the grocery store Publix or Winn-Dixie ...
... we were out sightseeing for our last nights) and it was a set of bunks in the kitchen off the lounge. It was totally bizarre. It did have a toilet which was going to be very important later in the night. Not only was it a bizarre set up but insulation in the house was non-existent and you could hear everything and everyone so not much sleep was got in our days here.
So after getting settled in our kitchen bunk room we headed into the French Quarter ...
... the street to Jackson Square, where Andrew Jackson's statue dominates the park. On the edge of the park we visited the Cabildo Museum, site of the signing of the Louisiana Purchase, to learn more about New Orleans history.
Amidst the portraits and artifacts was one poignant print. It was a drawing of "Planters in the Parlor" in a New Orleans hotel, where the state delegates met to discuss the pros and cons ...
... 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 ...