Super 8 Metairie
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... Early on my ride I passed through City Park which occupies over 1000 acres with many sports fields as well as picnic and natural treed areas.
Returning home around 4 p.m. I relaxed and got ready for another evening of Cajun cooking and music. I ate at "Pralines" on Frenchmen Street before listening to some more jazz on the street. Not feeling like a late night, I walked back to my room and worked on this blog entry.
... kfc. We headed to the Audubon butterfly garden & Insectarium which is like a massive museum full of living and dead bugs we had to go so we could tell Jason all about it when we went home, so there was a tarantula as big as my hand and everything of bug you could imagine, There was a whole enclosure for the cockroaches which was set up like a kitchen, it was disgusting , there was a game where you have to catch the bees and put them in the bee keepers bag, that was fun ...
... too much to drink. At this rate I'm driving home drunk. I'd be a lot safer than Jock and that f*cking GARMIN. So I drive, and I pull out of the place and the first thing I hear is a lot of women laughing. I stop at the lights turn right and into a car park. We have gone less than 100 meters. Where are we going? I said there. They will serve a drink so I can get over the trauma of the last 25 minutes with you. We walked across the road. Don't worry I know where I have ...
... a corner onto Royal St. and noticed two of my friends from college! It was a surprise to see them and I found out that they moved to The Big Easy just a few weeks prior and happened to be performing some folk music this evening. Having people you know in a new destination absolutely makes the experience more comfortable. This was the perfect way to end my night in the city and I was able to get some much needed rest before my first true program day.
... and jumps from the side of the building and I will admit startled me. I sent Darren in to see about food and waited in the car.
When he returned with food he told me about how he had asked what a Po Boy was. Nice old couple explained back in the day poor (less fortunate) people had to eat french bread because it was less expensive to distribute the long narrow loaf than regular bread. Add to it a meat or fish, lettuce, tomato, pickles, hot sauce and mayo. ...