Pecan Tree Inn of New Orleans
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... clothing (which would make us the least professional FBI agents ever if we really were agents!) I also doubt that an FBI agent would want to identify themselves so easily on holiday and whilst doing such clearly tourist-type activities! Perhaps we should also keep in mind that many people don't like the FBI or any authority figure for that matter. One resident at a Texan caravan park told us that she sees people with "border security" ...
... at the table behind us that was wearing a cowboy hat. We ordered Lobster Dumplings, Sizzling Oysters (largest shells we've ever seen) and I had the snapper and Rob had the steak. We ordered a nice bottle of wine and enjoyed an after dinner drink. It was nice to be back in a nicer restaurant and have drinks in glasses. After dinner, we texted our new friends and met them at a Mexican bar, which was a lot of fun. We were dancing to ...
... and aquarium are before heading slowly to some stores (yes, we went and tried tons of hot sauces til our mouths were on fire!!), toying with the idea of going to see Justin Bieber (the city was been taken over by little girls and their mums!!) but being $200 a pop, we thought the little Biebster wasn’t worth it and we’d be better off seeing free music so The Spotted Cat it was that evening. We got ourselves some drinks and sat to watch ...
... a bunch of foreigners who knew how to party. The inside is covered in Mardi Gras beads and murals by local and traveling artists. There's a sweet pool outside, a pond and a stage for musicians
New Orleans to me is a fantasyland where adults run away to live a carefree, laid back life. Waking up everyday not knowing who I was going to meet or what I was going to do was always exciting. I would stroll downstairs to ...
... and family are approving
of these New World adventures for this fresh-faced love,
on her birthday she'll update her page from 5000 feet above
And then, south of the border where the first world fears to tread
they will take their chances on chicken buses, and sleep on questionable bed
and forget about Sydney's troubles and a globe's economy burning
until grizzly beard and beauty are homeward happily returning
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