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Rode the Canal Street and St. Charles trolleys.
Wandered the Garden District. Was dazzled by New Orleans architecture.
Ate a praline.
Finally understood that New Orleans is NOT on the Gulf of Mexico at the mouth of the Mississippi but 100 miles upstream.
Wondered what in hell people in the French Quarter do after while if they don’t drink, especially on Bourbon Street. Wall-to-wall bars. Also, voodoo ...
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The site itself was enjoyable to walk around and while learning a little just enjoy walking where the Mayans did from around 600 A.D. to 1500 A.D. when the Spanish arrived. I think I most enjoyed the arch that the Mayans who came here to worship on the night of the full moon would go under ...
... and there goes one, or having the ones a Grandad would be proud of. Why do they call him Elephant? Shhh he will hear you... what and we are some 15 kilometres from him? I bloody heard that... No one wants me to get old. I'll be grumpy as. Americans are incredible engineers. Our eyes pick up arches across the horizon and these flat loops joining what seems an archipelago but Google offers very different Geography. It's incredible to see but our technology can only make ...
... 8217;t know about them. We saw a lot of different varieties and you always see a new one. I was in there a long time and Jym humored me on that one. I love butterflys.
Jym’s arm is bothering him. I think he tore a tendon or something but we went to the CVS to buy a brace and pain patches. He used his jacket as a sling the rest of the day. We went back to the hotel for a nap and for him to ice his arm. Then ...
... to wait for a couple of hours. Loaded with snacks we sat out on the benches taking pics and even managing a quick show session. Also helped that a guy from an earlier boat was a magician from New Orleans and started performing some of his tricks... The others came back for lunch but we had already eaten tonnes so just sat and waited. Whilst waiting we saw our first snake - a black long thing slithering around in ...