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... it was raining so people were finding what was tolerable. We decided to get off at the zoo/park stop and walk the length of the park and then the length of an adjoining park. OMG. Big mistake. It was not terribly hot at first so I thought we would be ok since it was almost sunset but then I began to worry about walking back in the dark. It was really brutal and I was sweating and clammy and thirsty and we had not eaten AGAIN ...
We had heard all the rage was jumping on an air boat, hitting the swamps and getting your gator on. It definitely wasn’t... A tinny with a nice quiet motor would have been way better.
The Yanks aboard our boat were going nuts at the size of ...
... people, they were here on a street full of bars and venues, but they weren't doing anything. Just walking. Bars were empty but most of those on the streets had drinks. So the thing to do here in bourbon is to drink on the street and walk from one end to the other? Some people were up on balconies grabbing walkers attention and throwing down bead necklaces for something. I heard a group of girls tell a fat guy on the street to 'show us your Dick' all for a cheap necklace. ...
... ride from our RV camp with driver "Al" who, in a short 20 minute ride, gave us his own life history, his philosophy of life, a brief history of New Orleans, advice for loving and living, and a brief tour. Thanks, Al, for a one of a kind intro to your city!
2. The French Market.
3. Beignets at Cafe Du Monde
4. River Walk
5. Street car ride along River Walk, Canal Street, and St. Charles
6. Music, music, music!
... and 19th C decor. The people wer a combination of visitors, blue haired retirees, and business folk. The Harleys at the curb side spoke of the town being a destination spot. We had lunch of fried crab cakes, catfish and shrimp, and then drove south along a historic byway for about 20 Kms through absolutely iconic Louisiana countryside, winding back and forth across the little river, passing cabins and cottages on stilts, and passing the occasional small plantation. ...
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