Lookout Inn of New Orleans
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... then swerving because he's been trying to read the GARMIN. Did I happen to mention he needs glasses. His response? I'm fine during the daytime. We get to the carpark of this music venue we are attending. It's great, but there's no one here. Jock asks questions like, where do I park? The car park is empty! Wait don't let him choose he's likely to block the entrance way while he phones a friend. He doesn't have a coin or a 50/50 option. Heavens no. That would be ...
Happy that I have now found my local coffee shop, I start the day at Merchant and the lady remembers both me and what I want....that's great service. Always a good start to the day! We have decided to join a NO walking tour of the French Quarter and Cemetery this morning. Now whilst this sentence slips out easily, it is no small thing to say it as Paul is so averse to doing anything remotely touristy. I feel safer with the idea of being on an organised tour as we will be ...
... there were handcuffs involved and a car search. But the two suspects were completely docile. I felt sorry for them.
I was tired that evening so we just walked through Louis Armstrong Park which is gorgeous. Such a lovely, tranquil oasis. And just a block up from our hotel!
Woke up in our ****** hostel, bought us down to reality sufficiently. We had some free pancakes and made for the French Quarter. Where Josh had booked a new hotel for the night, a 4 star hotel overlooking a beautiful French street. We walked around the entire French Quarter stopping at a Po-Boy restaurant, what New Orleans is famous for: a version of Subway but a hell of a lot better. Feeling full and ready to see some Gators, we got in the car and drove to a swamp to do ...
... the hot chocolate was sooo good!
After our tummies were satisfied we made our way back to the hotel to try and get into the ballroom to search for ghosts. At first we couldn't understand why we weren't allowed in. The lady at reception said it was closed from 10pm, apparently it was well and truly after 1am! Not sure where time went!!! Once again, ghost hunting had to be put on the back burner... we WILL get into that ballroom at some stage!
L & B x