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... Francisco was much warmer than expected - low to mid 20s. I certainly did not need all the long sleeved tops I packed. Never trust world weather meteorology websites! The weather in New Orleans has been humid and mid to high 20s. Today we received our first rainfall. However, we were lucky because it only rained on the drive back to New Orleans from the swamp tour and while we were having dinner. We caught the streetcar to the French Quarter and then walked back to our hotel.
... This being early March, most of the trees along the route were in full bloom with hundreds of strands of brightly coloured beads. Mardi Gras was just a few weeks ago and this must have been a popular route. It makes me wonder if, at some point, somebody removes those necklaces for profit, as clean up or just to help the poor trees out.
I got just a little lost on my walk back to my accommodations and was glad that it wasn't dark ...
... into the French quarter and explored the area in the day, including a visit to the French market, Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral and we wandered along the Mississippi. I wasn’t up for drinking after the last night so we went down Magazine st in the Garden District to check out the bars close to home. Wade had a drink in a local bar and I stuck with water. One thing that is hard to get used to here is that you can smoke inside bars. Thankfully I ...
- I ate more food than I have ever consumed in my life! There is NOTHING like food in the South. I don’t think I could ever eat BBQ anywhere else EVER again... I had enough snoballs to cover the North Pole with an extra layer of ice, and I gained 10 lbs.... YIKES! Maybe my metabolism is finally slowing down and all my bad eating habits are catching up to me!
- I also fell in love. Head over heals in love. It is ...
... around the shops as we made our way along the waterfront. We saw so many paddle boats floating along the Mississippi. It was all very picturesque. We found ourselves in Jackson square soon enough which is basically a park in the heart of the French quarter with a massive cathedral on one side of it. We wandered around here pretty quickly because we were melting away rapidly. We found a little ...