Super 8 Motel Luling
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... had a look round again, grabbed some dinner, which was really nice. I had a New Orleans combo, so I got to try jambalaya, crawfish étouffée and prawn creole. It was all really yummy. We then headed back to the hotel, the others were going for food, so I joined them for a drink! And Chris made it back inch was fantastic news! We now have George the bus, rather than Gordon! We decided as a group that we'd have a 6am start, as we are driving to Nashville, via Memphis! So a huge ...
Destination- Hotel Bourbon, New Orleans. 12 hours, 2 flights later, Team Thompson arrives safely ( and a little tired, and hot) in French Quarter of New Orleans. N'orlins people are not polite in the same way as we have seen to date. They are polite and warm. This fits with the warm atmosphere and the warm, warm weather. Nothing says welcome in New Orleans quite as nicely as the air conditioned chill of the hotel lobby! Whilst cooler than Nevada, the humidity in Louisiana made ...
... the reason, the above ground tombs (mausoleums) are fascinating to see. Some are very ornate; some have fallen into decay; whilst the largest contains 70 vaults.
We had dinner tonight at Three Muses - a jazz club. While the food was very good, jazz is just not a genre of music I like. However, you can't come to New Orleans and not go to a jazz club.
... home for veterans and there is a bridge way to cross over to the beach. We saw a meteorological area for the wether as this area before Katrina had 25,000 homes after 6,000 were taken and there were many empty lots on the waterfront. The Bay of Biloxi through the Gulfport and Biloxi area is pristine white sand and lovely beaches and walkways. We stopped and went on a Shrimping boat excursion for an hour. We were shown how they dredge the sands and what they use ...
... with Mango Salsa on a Sweet Potato Hash for our main course. (Can we eat New Orleans or what.) We finished the evening at a Jazz Bar in our hotel with after dinner drinks.
Today we'll explore Bourbon Street in my never ending search for the perfect Crawfish Etoufee while Mary searches for an Oyster Po-Boy.
Mary and Angelo.