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... enjoy all the basic tourist stuff. We hit the French Quarter, saw Jackson Square, went to Bourbon St, went to our hosts' jazz concert where he played the bass, then to Café Du Monde where we had Beignets (amazing), and tonight we wrapped it up with a swing lesson at a local jazz club. I think we did all that we could in two days haha. Tomorrow we are off to start our first day of recruiting. Wish us luck! ...
... And hot dog wieners. He tosses out the marshmallows and they just radar in and eat them, you could almost see them smiling.
After going through the swamp area and looking for critters we entered the marshlands and he gave it full throttle. Felt like Horatio from CSI.
I highly recommend doing one of these tours if you are down this way.
Back to Bourbon Street and drink more frozen stuff.
... messaged the Pollys that he had gotten lost since he sorta wandered aimlessly while looking for the restroom but lo and behold 30 minutes passed with no sign of his return. The food arrived and Speck and Ross dug in to their meals still wondering if Tyler would return and blessedly he did, completely oblivious to his rudeness. After the meal Ross took her leave wanting to use the pause in the rain to get home. Speck and Tyler watched Colin Lake rock out and eventually ...
... and just a couple of Police Officers every few blocks. Everyone just knew the protocol and were having a good time, sharing food and chatting with everyone around. It was really cool, totally different from the tourist jammed routes down in the French Quarter.
We were there for a good couple of hours, and it was cold today so we walked down against the parade route to see it all a bit quicker, and we were pretty hungry by this point. After getting trapped ...
... they went really badd and 2500 people stayed there and it only seats 1500 for an event. Not good
Then he drove us around and we looked at all the great oak trees (they live for 100s of years) and the wonderful homes. Stopped for more of those hot little donuts covered in icing sugar and walked around a cool ART park. The Mardi Gras Parade goes along St. Charles street and there are still trees along the ...