Midtown Hotel New Orleans
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... in a specific place was 10 degrees or more below the surrounding area, or the Gauss metre went into the red, it was an indication of paranormal activity.
We walked past the some of New Orleans' famous haunted locations, including the La Laurie mansion, which had apparently been now turned into apartments. Took lots of photos, but no orbs. Did get an interesting shot through the window of a supposedly haunted pharmacy that looked like a face, but this was ...
... to get more food and water for $14.12 and ice for $7.00.
- The ticket for the game was $49 and parking was $17.
- After the game we wandered the city, and my friends ate a bunch of food, while I clung to my McDoubles to save money.
- We then slept in the car on the side of the road once more.
... to the city (literally), but today I am happy to take her advice. Paul still wants to use the bus but I actually insist and we get a cab and meet a very nice french-speaking man originally from Haiti who also speaks creole and Cajun. He is interested in talking to us about Australia and where we have been and where we are going. Love talking to locals, you learn so much!
We arrive at the hotel in one piece and it's a nice place. After a quick freshen-up, ...
... into a RV Park for the night. At a rate of $62 per night, just to park our car, we decided instead to use their facilities and **** off back to the Walmart car park. The perfect crime perfected...
Bruce, in all his glory, does not have air-conditioning that we can run throughout the night. So over time we learnt how to perfect our ...
... and 19th C decor. The people wer a combination of visitors, blue haired retirees, and business folk. The Harleys at the curb side spoke of the town being a destination spot. We had lunch of fried crab cakes, catfish and shrimp, and then drove south along a historic byway for about 20 Kms through absolutely iconic Louisiana countryside, winding back and forth across the little river, passing cabins and cottages on stilts, and passing the occasional small plantation. ...