Studio 6 New Orleans East
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Stopped at a liquor store and bought a pint of Bacardi and some coke for the room. There was a jazz band playing at the Gazebo and another one at the Market Cafe when I walked passed on the way back to the hotel. Great atmosphere. My man at reception had come through and relocated me from room 526 to room 1444, which has a better outlook, but both rooms are a little bit pokey. At least I have a window - the rooms on the inside of the building don't. Great ...
... 8pm, then they have a show at 9pm and 10pm, but you have to line up to purchase tickets for all shows. Apparently they do pre-sell some tickets (6 per show) which they advertise as being for "big-shots". We will come back tomorrow night and line up!
We go to a small bar and listen to some average music for a while before finally throwing in the towel and heading back to our hotel for the night, It has been a long and tiring day and we have crammed a lot into ...
... to go. The next morning we threw in the towel so to speak and went to an ice skating rink. I have no idea why I thought this was a good idea as I cannot skate to save myself. A heavily bruised knee ended that adventure pretty quick.
It was approaching the 4th July and we had plans to meet up with Dave in Santa Rosa Beach at ...
... and what ever mumbo jumbo they talked about was of no interest to me, so we continued walking around the area and found a great alternative clothing store that had a purple paisley shirt that looked like it was made for me, so we got it, and our fourth suitcase. Then it was to a hot sauce store. I sampled a couple of the harbonjero sauces, but then Bec challenged me to try the ghost chilli sauce, so I said I ...
... prevents flooding problem. If people are to build houses on the riverside today, they are required to be on stilts about 15 feet aboveground. However, those houses still had three feet of flooding when Hurricane Katrina hit!!
I'll stop now - but it was a fascinating two hour boat trip. Oh, and at the end Sheldon took us to see the three baby boars he's caring for. Their mother died and he's adopted them - they were about 6 weeks old. Sheldon picked one up ...