Sun Suites Metairie
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... got some great underwater pics. I ended up touching like 7 manatees; ok, it was probably the same one, and I just touched it 7 times, but still cool.
After we returned to the main site, we changed back into our clothes. I loved the experience so much that I bought a souvenir or two. Or three. Ok, maybe four.
After our swim, we had lunch at the Crystal River Mall. It was similar to the Rehoboth Mall: run-down ...
... You'd think that so many people visit this street, the city would keep it clean, maintained and looking great, but sadly no. The footpath was made of brick and random bricks were missing and the path was uneven. I saw a lady fall when she stepped her high heel into a missing brick space. The road was asphalt but the gutters were brick and concrete. The asphalt was chipped and broken on the edges leaving large holes full of still water. Pot holes on the road ...
... to walk outside amongst the mardi gras celebrators. We chatted and made small talk, and then talked some more, about her life, my travels, the effects of the hurricane on new orleans, the sandbank changing visibly during her morning jogs etc. Her name was jamie and she was older, near or just over 30, but cute and talkative, she told me about where the locals would go for the more artistic crowd. We said goodbye when her manager got back, and i took a few pictures of ...
... a superbowl at the Superdrome and the mandatory walk down Bourbon Street. Plus we had not been back to New Orleans since Katrina did its little remodeling job on the city. Our intent this time was to spend a couple of nights with 1½ days to play pure tourist.
The chosen campground was the French Quarter RV Resort, located in downtown New Orleans, only a couple of blocks from the ...
... RVing eleven blocks away! We met them at Natal Seafood and Deli which was two doors away for us....great to meet them both. I had gumbo which was a delicious soup, hot and spicy. We had a good conversation with them both catching up with each other's travel experiences, and returned to our trailer for tea. Paul had an interesting conversation with Marla's son. The water, during Katrina had been five feet deep at the campground and eleven ...