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... beautiful leafy streets. Magazine St closed due to Labor Day, so head back to Rouses for freshly made sushi and cold drinks. Grocery shop then catch bus 91 back home for siesta.
Walk to Frenchman St, visit night market then catch Charmaine Neville 8pm show at Snug Harbor - tickets $15 each, seats on upstairs balcony, great band, small intimate club. Cab home $5.
... back to the hotel. We walked down Royal Street and went in many of the galleries. I never get tired of French Quarter galleries. We saw a red Alfa Romero parked on the street and it was an awesome car. Looking in the back window you could see the engine....
I stopped in Walgreens, and on the way out, I noticed a sign, outside, that read "The Birthplace of Dixie". It seems that this site used to be the Citizens State Bank from 1835 to 1924 and ...
... Type A found that watching locks fill with water is about as interesting as watching grass grow. You feel no lift as the ship rises or falls. The scenery, though is fascinating,and so to some extent are the mechanics of keeping a ship centered in the channel.
4. On Wednesday morning, we arrived in what our guidebook referred to as “the rough and impoverished “ town of Puerto Limon, on the east ...
... a fantastic view of the river. Strange a casino would have a 13th floor.
We also got a coupon for two free buffets. Seafood night, and the price was $33 a person. Had a pile of crab legs, and I had a pile of frog legs. They were great.
Tomorrow is a parade in the French Quarter, the first one for the start of Mardi Gras. It's called the Krewe Du ...
... Pick up 1.15pm & back 6pm
Hurricane Katrina was 9 years ago – there are still empty & ruined shopping malls/hotels/theme parks & home that were pointed out as we drove out of town. 170,000 people never returned