Staybridge Suites Covington
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UPDATE: September 1. I have added a full length narrated HD video on my Vimeo channel using the footage I shot on this adventure but was unable to edit or upload it to this blog while I was on the road. You can watch it here: https://vimeo.com/138050538
So the Swamp Tour guy dropped me off right at the front doors of the World War II Museum and the first thing I noticed was the registration Hall was empty. When I drove by yesterday on the (economically ...
... I'm sure! Back to the hotel via Bourbon Street, with a quick stop for a hand grenade, and some Classy tourist dancing. On the rooftop terrace at the hotel at the moment, waiting for the washing to finish! (Wild). Attempted to call people to pass the time- sorry for disturbing work, but so good to talk to you Suze! We have a tour booked for the morning, of the old plantation homes. Very excited! Having a fantastic time!! Don't do laundry at 1am after having a hand grenade. I lost my ...
... to check our bags onto the American Queen Steamboat as our cruise sails today. Surprise, surprise... Our boarding passes show that we have the late dinner seating. Wonder how that happened!!??
Once our bags were check in, we caught the Canal Street streetcar to City Park at the end of the line. The streetcar became jammed packed as more and more people going to the Jazz Fest at the show ground climbed on board.
Covering an area ...
... hour drive to New Orleans as the prices for RV Parks during the Mardi Gras period are $200.00 per night. We hired a car and drove down for the day.
Leaving New Iberia at 7.00am in the morning we were lucky enough to get a parking spot within the French Quarter. Most of the French Quarter was blocked off to traffic, we found a couple of nice policemen, who on hearing our Aussie accent, opened up the barricades, ...
... here, and the trees are much larger. There are lots of Bald Cypresses (the state tree of Louisiana) growing in the shallow waters, draped with Spanish Moss.
Our captain, Wade, had a bucket of marshmallows and hot dogs on board which he stuck on the end of a bamboo stick to lure alligators close to the boat. The smaller ones even jumped a couple of feet out of the water to get these, which they obviously considered a treat.
A little further on we found a raccoon on ...