Knights Inn Metairie
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Ce matin, nous quittons Metairie vers 10 heures.
Nous partons pour une longue balade vers de pays des lacs et des cours d'eau et bayous.
Nous achetons sur le bord de la route des fraises bien grosses et bien juteuses meme si elles manquent encore un peu de goût
et quelques brugnons
nous allons …
... We of course joined in the yelling and had beads etc. thrown in our direction. These were collected and hung around our necks. I can tell you they get heavy after a few hours.
Marching Bands, Jazz Groups, Cheerleaders and strange looking people
passed our vantage point
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so rather than me ramble
on and on I will let a few pictures tell the story.
... with a praline of our own. Good little tour and considering what a food obssessed town New Orleans is, an appropriate way to spend my last day.
Sunday October 5, 4.25pm
Gate D10, Louis Armstrong International Airport
Checked out around 10, left my bags in the luggage room and took a leisurely 30 minute stroll down Magazine Street to the WWII Museum. Beautiful day - cloudless blue skies, low 20's, light breeze - perfect walking weather. New Orleans appears to ...
Treme -Louis Armstrong Park & Congo Square where slaves and free blacks gathered for meetings and drum circles
St Louis Cemetry #1 - an above ground burial
Many died of yellow fever because they went into a coma and were buried but never actually died.
This was discovered when ...
... rights and our nation's history. Back on the River road to New Orleans. When we reached the city we put on music from The Princess and the Frog to get in a Cajun mood. As we neared the French Quarter, we noticed groups of men in red dresses. I glanced at our guidebook which mentioned the annual Red Dress Run, a Bay-to-Breakers-like fundraiser/drinking event that took place earlier in the day. Even after we checked into Hotel Provincial, unpacked our bags and set back on ...