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... but expensive) dinner then head back up Bourbon St where things seem to be jazzing (or so we hoped) up. Jazzed up all right - teeming with pimps and scantily clad pros - beckoning in almost every doorway and parading on most balconies. Still no jazz - just very loud hip- hop and half naked men busking on their guitars! Moved 3 streets sideways and found a few little bars with a jazz band or two. Have a few drinks in one - think we are back in Iceland with these prices! Head back to ...
... confab and decided we didn’t have any
identity issues to prevent us from enjoying the minimalistic décor, cheap
drinks (12 dollars for four drinks and the cocktails were a long pour), and
wrist flapping of our hosts and the rest of the group.
We wandered Bourbon street stopping to check out the live
music venues then settled in a restaurant for some Louisiana food. Karen and
... beliefs and planned a few possible activities for our time in the Big Easy. About 5:30 local time we had crossed into Louisiana and though to stop one last time for gas so that we could avoid having to fill up in the city. Tyler and Caroline awoke and we all finished the drive into New Orleans and dawn broke and morning rush hour began. Just after 7am we arrived at the hotel and thanks to my recently re-awarded Gold HHonors status (if you travel and stay exclusively ...
... for a couple weeks of real heat but I'm getting the feeling that it won't happen. We will head towards Las Cruces and then on to Palm Springs and Las Vegas before actually crossing the border back to the land of ice and snow.
OK folks, I see that there's a heat wave coming to Edmonton this week (+10C) so break out the lawn chairs and suntan lotion, whip up some margaritas and pretend that spring is just around the ...
... a carriage tour of the French Quarter.
We ended up taking the 1 hr tour that includes St Louis #1 instead of the 30 minute tour that only includes the French Quarter. The tour was actually really nice. We were able to relax in the shade while seeing the sites and getting the lay of the land. For one thing, I didn't realize how close we were to St. Louis #1. We stopped at the cemetery and were able to get out and explore for 15-20 minutes on our own ...