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Our next stop was the Crescent City, New Orleans, Louisiana. While planning this trip there were two side locations I needed to visit on the way to my main destination – West Monroe, LA and Mobile, AL. I figured while I was heading in this direction we would plan New Orleans into the itinerary and consider it an inexpensive adventure as well as a place to lay our head. The best map encouraged a route through Mississippi and down into the southern bayou of ...
... at 60 mph and we are getting about eight miles per gallon.
We have a sewage tank
The kids have been patient, a bit grouchy but coming right now
was a little taste of Mexico with an American version of Venice canals right next to the Alamo (Alamo was real cool)
Houston can get stuffed
Our night Lafayette was a write off because our spare wheel feel of on the interstate and it took ...
... French Quarter which we plan to do tomorrow.
Back at the hotel we booked ourselves into a swamp tour tomorrow afternoon. We had planned to eat at Mr. B's a very popular and up market restaurant on Royal Street but it was booked out tonight so we booked ourselves in tomorrow night.
This evening we went to Pere Antoines and Ian had his seafood Jambalaya, to complete his song dishes list. I had BBQ pork ribs as I had had enough seafood for a ...
... we chose the 'petit room' as it was cheaper & very nice too, got ready to hit the town. The receptionist recommended Coops restaurant for authentic Cajun food & when we eventually found it there was a long queue - must be famous, passed the time with some quite weird looking locals with a couple of pit bulls who went in too - actually a lot of people looked quite weird. Food only OK, Peter fried chicken, me redfish with Cajun sauce but I guess that's what ...
... by virtue of the fact that when the Indians used to go fishing for oyster to eat they'd travel so far down the river to the Gulf that they needed to make camps along the way overnight. When they returned from their fishing trips they'd cook and eat the oyster and leave the hard, inedible shiny bauble in the centre of the shell at the campsite. Over the years the baubles 'stockpiled' and one day were discovered by 'educated' white man who had found more than the ...