The Dive Inn
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... He got a little friendlier mid way through the check in, right after I gave him my AMEX Platinum card. He even produced an ice cold beer from somewhere! All of a sudden this guy was my best friend!
It took me 4 trips to move all my ***** inside, then it was time to discuss parking. I had booked the hotel through Expedia and all the reviews were solid but everyone complained about parking. The parking garage the hotel used was about 4 blocks away, ...
... there, all happy and smiling. People-watching fascinating, as many various types of fancy dress. First site where I have ever seen wheel chair friendly portaloos. High light was hearing Ellis Masalis, aged 80, play the piano with a trio, brilliant "real" Jazz.
Another hour and half wait for a bus, but home safe. Numerous folk warn us to be careful in New Orleans, but seems OK in the ...
... in the French Quarter is stunning and the locals are so beautiful so just strolling around with nothing specific planned turned out to be a wonderful experience of its own.
After a walk along the Mississippi river we stumbled across the farmers market; not before Greig got conned out of 20 bucks by a gentlemen who proclaimed he could guess correctly where Greig got his shoes he was wearing "I can tell ...
... Eventually it was a little too much fame for them both and we escaped into the streets once more.
It was getting to the time of the evening when the parade would end up passing through Canal street so we decided to make our way up there slowly. We met a trio of women whom we helped get some more beads and in return they helped us get feather boas each! I think Pete kind of regretted his though as his t-shirt and jumper were both stained purple the next ...
Weeks on the Road: 32
Travel by motorhome: 18,347km
Travel by car: 9,038km
Total km: 27,385km
Dates January 5. - 9, 2015
Campsite: KOA West New Orleans
New Orleans - What a city & where to start - we packed so much into the 3 days we were there!! First lesson - it's affectionately called NOLA, NO for New Orleans & LA for Louisiana! Our timing couldn't have been better because we ...