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The day was hard work with my head cold but New Orleans has so much to offer that it wasn't too hard to soldier on for the most part of the day.
We checked out every nook and cranny of the French Quarter and explored endless art galleries, antique stores and stopped to listen and watch countless musicians at every street corner. This place feeds your soul like no other.
... to see the Jean Lafitte National Preserve as well. If we ever go back, we will try to take one of the tours. I have included pictures of the outside of a couple of the plantations. There are two National Parks, (which we love), in the New Orleans area. The first one is in the French Quarter and is more of a performing center than a park. It includes the Old U.S. Mint which was used intermittently from 1838-1909, but now houses a performance ...
... tips. We dd get a CD by the band as a remembrance of our times just sitting and listening to the Steamboat Willie band. I would like to note that if you have any strong objections to public drinking sometimes to excess you might want to stay away from Bourbon Street. On Saturday it was getting pretty wild by 10 pm no idea what it was like later. We saw at least on group chugging vodka or another clear liquor right on the street. It was quite the scene that I was glad to ...
... at the markets for a leisurely stroll,
Getting coffee and magnets was our main goal.
From there into the city for a long, long roam,
Checked out museums, the mint and the Superdome.
We ended up back at the water, ready for some food,
Some jazz and a cocktail got us in the mood.
We got a taster plate full of the local cuisine,
Jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish with rice and bean.
... there that saw her off. Bev's toes have drawn overwhelmingly positive comments from taxi drivers and museum volunteers alike. They love their flag even when rendered in tootsie art. She sometimes rewards admirers with a glimpse of the now legendary " me and the queen chatting " photo. This generates even more excitement, the Yanks seem to love all things royal. It was II the lovely museum lady who delightedly told us Princess Kate was up the duff again. 10.20 Back ...
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- Will stay again without a doubt!!
- Just like Arnold! I'll be back!
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