Midtown Hotel New Orleans
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... away behind us. Sunshine. We got out as I spied a long jetty headed for St Lucia and where I've buried all my money. The sea was still, and glass and the sun cast shadows at intervals all the way down the jetty. I wish I'd taken a decent SLR, but I have been pleasantly surprised what the i-pad mini is capable of when you are able to get the composition to happen. I just ducked, I think a fellow photographer threw something at me. The photo on Facebook was cliche, but ...
... about 10 people in the whole place at that time and the barn-sized dance floor is vacant. Didn't even see it coming. Anyway, whilst waiting (and waiting) I start to feel very old. It's not even late and I'm tired. Hats off to the young of today who don't even start going our till after 11pm, this town is not made for grannies like me!
Eventually the room fills up and the band come on the stage and just before they start to play, a man-mountain comes over to our side ...
... for $40. Great food hall on the top floor. Not that we needed any more food but we were waiting out the rain. There were a dozen different food places but none served coffee. There was iced tea and coffee frappe (pronounced frap) but no hot coffee except at Mondeu down stairs.
Then we walked quite a way to the Insectarium. A museum devoted to insects. It was great but we did not have enough time there and the party were ...
... the windows. I woke up the next morning alone in the van with texts from Dylan stating that there had been domestic violence the previous night. I hurried up to Dylan's flat and was filled in on all the details. They were so surprised that I did not wake up as apparently it was so loud and really near to the van! It was just the most random, horrible thing and I just felt so sorry for Dylan. He is genuinely the loveliest guy and seems to always put others ...
... and just people watched ;) This city also has the best people watching because it is filled with people from all walks of life. At Acme we had 6 raw oysters and 6 cooked oysters, cooked on a BBQ with garlic butter and romano cheese….These things are literally mouth watering..
We started our night at the famous Sazerac bar. This is a very upscale lounge, about 30 dollars for two cocktails but it is a must. The Sazerac is supposedly the first ...