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... chicken dishes and rice and a drink to share. It was basically a mall or shopping centre of stores that weren't on my radar other than Lucky. We wanted to go to the French Quarter. We didn't know what to expect and walked along the river side and met the Flea Markets and looked at art and Peach Records which reminded us of Gaslight records in Melbourne. We walked into numerous souvenir shops with praline, magnets, T-shirts and the like, all different in their own ...
... as eating the prawns was messy !
We had the following food:
BBQ shrimp - my favourite
Softest warm bread to mop up the sauce
and an amazing dessert.
After that they took us to see the Mississippi River and their planation style home which is on the Mississippi ...
... for a while, people married, had children and some even became very rich. Some of the more gruesome stories we were told came from these privileged French people. One that sticks to mind: An extremely rich lady of the time (I forget her name...) who, by the time she hot 26 was on her third husband, moved into the French Quarter of the city. Just to give you an idea of her wealth, she was worth 30 million dollars, the federal government at the time was worth 11 ...
... br> Living out of Bruce definitely has its disadvantages. He doesn’t have a toilet or shower. That means for any basic amenities we need to find the appropriate accommodations. These however are rarely free and sporadically positioned. We devised an underhanded plan to sneak into a State Park after hours, punch out a quick shower in the amenities building and then sneak back out with no one any the wiser. The ...
... on the corner below us and it was just so perfect.
Played a quick round of golf at a private club, English Turn. I remembered playing this course back in the late 90's, a great layout Jack Nicklaus design. Neither one of us played stellar, but we enjoyed being on the course again. Sorry, no scores were recorded, we each had a few 'do-overs just to make it fun'.
Chalmette National Cemetery ...