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... the Mississippi, made our way northward through the French Quarter Market area, about four blocks of covered arcade, then west to Royal street, back south to canal Street again, and the bus back here to the hotel for a bit of a rest by 4:30. Not a long distance, but it took us 5 hours what with the official and unofficial music stages every block or so. Music ranged from brass band jazz, country, R&B, but our favourites were the smaller jazz combos. The most notable ...
... 2007 Trailblazer Award.
... and ate lunch.
Back on the road, and this is where the title came from, for about 10 miles it was bump, bump, bump every 10 ft or so. It felt kind of like the old exercise machine machine with the wide belt shaking your fat. Then to top it all off, it started to rain. Not a downpour, but just enough we had to use the windshield wipers. This lasted the rest of the way
We thought we would have no bridges until Baton ...
... the history of New Orleans (from its founding in 1718) and the diverse cultures of the region (Indians, Cajuns, Creole, etc). Especially interesting was understanding the geography of the area, including the how and why New Orleans is prone to flooding. We ended at Jackson Square. A short walk to the Gray Line office where we booked a Super City tour at 2 pm.
Having plenty of time before the bus left, ...
... Rodeo!, had already started and it was a 30 minute wait for a table. However, we had impeccable timing again as we didn't end up waiting that long and, after we were seated, I overheard the hostess tell someone there was an hour and half wait for a table! And, oh man, was the food good. We had pork belly, steak and cake, sweet potato gnocchi with pork, and peanut butter pie. Everything was superb. They also made the best sazerac I've ever had (I ...