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... into the museum displays about the war. We planned on spending a couple of hours at the museum but ended up spending most of the day wandering through only about a third of the exhibits. This is one of the better museums we have ever seen. Our dinner was a short walk away, at a jazz club owned partially by the Marsalis family from New Orleans. We had burgers followed by a jazz trio led by a talented drummer. A new take on Buddy ...
... br> outside the door to The Swamp at around 11:40 pm. but choose not to pay the
$10.00 per head door fee, and head back to the park to watch the ball drop on
Louisiana time, one hour later then New York time, but still happening at
midnight here in Westwego La., at the Bayou Segnette State Park.
We culminated the night with cocktails
inside the bus, and then stepped outside to hear the cacophony of firecrackers permeating
the airwaves from ...
... a lady walking an awesome hound dog. While I was taking a photo of Bobbie a large black man came up to me talking very fast and loud about a bet, he was saying something about knowing where I got my shoes, he said I bet I can tell you where you got those shoes, I just laughed and tried to act uninterested, then he said "they are on your feet" and he squirted some liquid on them and started cleaning them, I'd been hustled just like that, he cleaned mine and Bobbies shoes in ...
... and the beer was from Abita, a local brewery. All were excellent. Probably our favorite foods were the jalapeno boudin balls and the boudin bratwurst. The sweet potato meringue puffs and the chocolate bacon (yes, I said bacon) bourbon pralines were good, too. The last hour we spent listening to Grace Potter perform with only her drummer from the Nocturnals. She ...
... Alamo. This right turn is easy to miss so be watching for the sign, “Alamo”. If you see a large obelisk on your right and then a Pemex on your right you missed your turn. After you make the right turn toward Alamo go about two minutes and turn left towards Poza Rica/Alamo. Just past Alamo there is a bridge toll, $7.00. Shortly after you go through Tihuatlan there will be an interchange where you will turn right. The sign says ...
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