Residence Inn New Orleans Downtown
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... floor overlooking the HVAC stack, and that was what my room was, but at least it was ready.
Next step was parking, as it was a multi night stay my street parking trick wasn't gonna work. Again the valet staff were most helpful as he literally walked me into the parkade, to a special spot allocated to motorcycles. There were already half a dozen Hogs there.
Since I was showered and dressed correctly I immediately headed out ...
... found ourselves walking along the Mississippi river. This time instead of a clear beautiful sky in the background there was an ominous storm brewing. And just like that, not even 2 minutes after taking perfect pictures with the storm and river in the
background the skies opened on us. Unfortunately the Ferry had just left so we had to wait 30-40 minutes for the next one so we had some time to kill. Against the popular opinion of the group I ...
... players would be trying to go pro and not return for the next season (UK fans right?) Setting out again they tried to catch a trolley a few blocks down to Avenue Pub and failed so remaining on their feet, they hoofed it five blocks over to see why this bar had such great reviews.
At the Avenue Pub there are a myriad of options. Speck asked the bartender for advice and ended up with an unpronounceable beer which was made in (drumroll please...) ...
... and the girls stayed home, Hayley and I venturing out only briefly to go to the fish market on the corner in search of shrimp. The Cajun Fish Market was really busy, obviously THE place to go for the locals. We picked up 2lbs of shrimp for under $8 then went back to start prepping the gumbo. We had found a recipe online the other day and so the three of us spent all day in the kitchen peeling shrimp, chopping veggies and flying up onion rings whilst watching Jurassic Park and The Wizard ...
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