Park View Guest House
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... for $9) so you would need to buy those at a vendor location. We took the Canal Street car to the end of the line at Cemeteries and tried to look at the Greenwood and Metairie Cemeteries. Metairie is right under the I10 overpass on the other side of the highway from Greenwood. Although I felt safe walking under the overpass (crime wise…it was very clean) it was very busy with cars coming from all directions so it was like ...
... Marie had Double chock Oreao smash up and I had Amaretto with pecans almonds and choc chips - sooo full.
Then we drove out along the levee past stately and less so homes to a big suspension bridge. We stopped and took photos of the bridge the Mississippi River, river barges and dragonflies. Then we drove on past Joeleen's house to a nuclear power station and a plantation to anotherbridge and back to the hotel about 8.30
... and found a lovely building that served us crepes and dessert. They were closing in 10 minutes but still served us with a smile. The waiter told us about their ballroom upstairs that was around in the 1700's, so we had a squizz and looked at another historic room.
The gang had a really early flight so we all went to be bed. We said goodbye to Mark & Rachel and we hope to see them again in this lifetime.
... Po Boys and cherry slushes
8. Jitterbug lesson
9. Bourbon Street - whoooooaaaaaa!
10. Insider's tour and joyful company with our friends, Nathan, Brittany, and Twain.
The following day we took a swamp boat tour into the bayous. The captain was very funny and as we navigated the narrow waterways alligators swam out to the boat as if to greet an old friend. We saw many gators and enjoyed the rich lore of swamp culture. Our ...
... to what I'd expected. I thought it would be a wide road with plenty of restaurants and bars, with a certain amount of classiness. There was nothing classy about this area.
It was almost entirely bars, and was dirty and trashy. At 5pm on Friday there were drunk tourists, barely of age, staggering around with plastic cups of alcohol in hand. We bought a beer each and walked most of the length ...