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... and Spanish moss trees all along the route. Passed by lots of bayou's all along the way. Kept looking out for alligators. Yikes!! Our first stop was in Duson, LA where we stayed at the Frog City RV Park. It was a nice park for the night and the folks were extremely hospitable. The area is known for its Boudin and Cracklins. Boudin is a spicy red blood sausage and Cracklins are fried pork rhines. Billboards all along the ...
... I had spinach and Lemmon chicken and Jake had the crab meat and Italian sausages cannelloni , this is such a awesome place to eat, really romantic but not a fancy restaurant, it's really small but not squished in , it smells delicious and you can feel the live jazz music from down stairs vibrate through your feet, it was one of the nicest places I have eaten in America. We braved the streets and walked back to our hotel , shadowing large groups of ...
So the bus arrives at New Orleans at 5.50am, I hadn't really thought what I would do then...Queen of planning that I am. So I find a taxi to take me to Mcdonalds and sit there for an hour while I wait for it to be a decent enough time to find the hostel. I find the Hostel and I'm sure it would have been fine to come at any time. Anyway, I have a sleep for a couple of hours. The girls in the room ...
... Harbour right through the VJ day in 1945. It was an excellent introduction to the entire museum and gave information from a US perspective that we simply do not normally hear about when talking about the British and European experience of the war.
It was then onto the main exhibits of the museum, carefully and thoughtfully curated to give a chronological experience of key events in the war. We learned of the American involvements in major European campaigns, as well as ...
... and secretly wondered if it was going fit under the bridge. Sammie was not so secret, saying, "Go on, crash!"
We made it to the "French Market" and wandered around checking out all manner of cheap junk. Here, we tried Boiled Peanuts. These are peanuts, in the shell, boiled for 12 or 13 hours in salty water. Soft and squishy, they are a bit of an acquired taste.
We took the street ...