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... season four of The Game of Thrones. Today we drove a short way to Biloxi Mississippi mainly to get our map state sticker. We stopped at the MS visitor center and woman there told us about carvings out of oak trees destroyed by Katrina. They were located on HWY 90 in the median or the medane as she called it. We couldn't help laughing at her accent and ...
... with saxophone, trombone, and trumpets. The audience was on their feet dancing and screaming away. Eric and I maneuvered our way to the front and joined in. For the band's finale, they played "When the Saints Go Marching In". They marched off stage and through the crowd. The crowd, including Eric and I, marched along after the band singing our hearts out.
On our way back to the hotel we stopped at a couple more places to listen to some ...
... to change for a wonderful dinner at Richard Fiske's Martini Bar & Restaurant. They were one of many restaurants having fixed price 4 course meals for Christmas. We pick Richard Fiske's and glad we did. It was a very enjoyable dinner with live music. A wonderful relaxing 2 hours were spent there before heading off to Harrah's Casino to give them some money. A long but fun day in New Orleans even with the terrible rainstorm we got caught ...
... had a few beers and watched some sport,
And began to realise the locals were an odd sort.
A couple of them propositioned my Julie,
She turned them all down, what a keeper, truly.
Despite Julie turning down many an advance,
Our accent became dangerous and we never stood a chance.
Turns out being an Aussie in an American bar,
Means they buy us free drinks because we’re from afar.
... Marie Leveau which Milton claims if the most visited grave in the United States ahead of Elvis and then JFK. I find this hard to believe, but we let him have it. He explains that voodoo was a religion brought out by Africans from their homeland and didn't (certainly not in it's beginnings anyway) have the sinister connotations Hollywood has given it. Milton tries to teach us all a bit of local vernacular- "hey baaaaaaby, howsyomomanyem?" Which is basically "how's your ...