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After dinner I saw the EMT (Emergency Medical Treatment - like a paramedic) because when I got dressed for dinner I discovered my whole toe (the one I stubbed this morning) was black and thought I might have broken it. The diagnosis was 'badly bruised' and ice was the treatment.
I emailed the bank about not being able to use my Visa Card, requesting my card be unregistered or they ensure somehow that I can se it. We'll ...
... lead me to a beautiful bedroom with 13 foot ceilings. My room was very cosy and warm although much of the house was struggling to keep its' warmth. They are not used to such cold here.
On my first day I walked (30 minutes) to the French Market which is on the Mississippi River in a corner of the French Quarter. The day just reached 10 degrees but there were plenty of tourists on the streets and in the countless shops. I was not ...
... fountain and both agreed that it tasted interesting(like really bad tequila). We took our plastic cups and wandered through the French Quarter down to Frenchmen St where the locals go. We stopped by the Blue Nile to listen to some live music on a recommendation of a local and had dinner in a small restaurant. We watched a group of young guys busking (think they were a school band) on the street corner. Wade grabbed a couple of beers from the shop and we ...
... by the bible held in his breast pocket.
On emerging from the Cabildo we were able to sit by the park and relax a bit, enjoying some excellent jazz played by street musicians outside of the park. Then we headed to Bourbon Street to ease our thirst with a couple of "Hurricanes" at Pat O'Brian's and eat some crawfish etouffee. We ended the day by strolling along the river, and then driving back across the lake.
... Adventures head office in the middle of the swamps and saw immediately that they had alligators indoors there, one of which was an albino one. Neither Vaughan or I had ever seen one and it was quite freaky to see.
Our guide finally called us over and since we had booked and paid for the small tour group there was only 6 of us on the boat so once again Vaughan and I were front and centre. Our guide was really rough around the edges and told it like it ...