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... and secretly wondered if it was going fit under the bridge. Sammie was not so secret, saying, "Go on, crash!"
We made it to the "French Market" and wandered around checking out all manner of cheap junk. Here, we tried Boiled Peanuts. These are peanuts, in the shell, boiled for 12 or 13 hours in salty water. Soft and squishy, they are a bit of an acquired taste.
We took the street ...
... lived on the other side. The middle became known as The Neutral Zone rather than a boulevard.
We hopped off at Harrah's near the waterfront in a reconnaissance for lunch but not until we had cashed in our free five dollar coupons which took about 15 minutes for all of us to be processed then we immediately lost it all.
We lunched across the street where we tried fried pickles which were really good. No other wild ...
Well it's time to go!!! Japan, here we come. This should be a great trip and I'm excited that we will be seeing some different things from last year. Well, we are wheels up on our way to Denver. As usual, I'm sitting by a nut. The isle seat is open and he won't move over to give us both more room... What in the world is wrong with people? He said he "likes the middle seat!" Are you insane dude? MOVE ...
... not wrong about what I had seen (after all, I did just get new glasses, maybe they are defective) but I was right. I went to get helped and stared at this employee (whose hair was really cool, fluffy and had points like Sideshow Bob but wasn't red like his) for about a minute while she carried on a conversation with her co-worker behind me. When I explained the discrepancy she went and double checked me and returning said they had the wrong price up. I asked for just the ...
... was just ahead of us. Our bed for the next two nights was located in the Elysian Fields Inn B&B. A short 10 minute walk from the inn took us to Three Muses, a small, tapas-style restaurant on the edge of the French Quarter. Anxious to see all the streets, we walked to Bourbon Street, enjoyed the night life and found our way back to the inn for a much-needed sleep.