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... day wasn't enough Stephen and myself wanted to experience Bourbon Street - what a disappointment - it was sleazy and no blues music - it was mainly very, very loud rock. We found some Dixie - washboard, harmonica, guitar music on a side street - it was fun. Of course at all these places you have to buy a drink and give a tip to the band, you can imagine that after a few of these bars it can be a really fun ...
... and we build 1000 we know how that conflict will turn out.
The Pacific conflict Pavilion ended, naturally with the 2 atomic bombings. The 2 A-Bombs cost 2 billion dollars in 1945, equivalent to about 35 billion in 2015 dollars. BY comparison the cost of the Gulf War was about 61 billion, 36B of which was re-imbursed by Gulf States.
The use of these bombs is again hotly contested by history, but people have to realize the Japanese people saw ...
This is our last day in New Orleans so thought we would explore further afield. We bought a days pass on the local buses for $3 each and caught the bus first to Canal Street and then onto the Garden District. This is a lovely area with many grand houses. We visited the local cemetery Lafayette where all the famous films have been shot. We found it in a better state of repair than the one we saw ...
... and you all have to take a bus from here", which took away some of the charm of the trip. The bus was inadequate for the number of people, we got on but the driver felt there was no limit to the number of people he could squeeze in and kept shouting "push back, push back, only three more people to fit in". Hemmed in on all sides by huge sweaty African Americans who seemed to enjoy the whole thing. An old woman was shouting "driver, stop here I need to get off", the ...
... Parade we watched for three hours was the first of three parades
that were being held that day. We were
so lucky, the weather was just perfect, nice and sunny with a temperature of
74degrees (around 21C).
When we first arrived at 9.30 Bourbon Street was deserted. A few hours later it was a different story,
hundreds of people were in the street, the party atmosphere was in full
swing. Everyone was ...