La Place Motel
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... at the thrift store so we wandered back to the costume place and bought one item. A red, long haired wig. We continued out into the French quarter and saw a lot of iconic places. Had a drink at the infamous carousel bar, ate a Po Boy which is basically a gourmet sub with warmed and thicker cuts of meat. We found so many souvenirs we wanted not only for us but others as well. As New Orleans is known for ...
... Opry. This is basically a big country music show that is recorded live and telecast on radios all over the world. We saw some fabulous talent and were boot scooting all night.
We then headed south east to Atlanta Georgia. This is where Martin Luther King Jr grew up and it has a really moving memorial to him. Overall, this city was ok but it was just another big city to us.
BUT THEN... We went to our favourite, Savannah. This is ok the east coast of ...
... I believe there is
a number of walk aways in this survey, and some of the sides by sides as a
result are in bad shape, as are the lawns. Pride of ownership has fled, and the
joint clubhouse with pool and exercise room has long since gone into disrepair.
Anyways that’s our morning jaunt; hope I didn’t bore you too
Thanks for reading, look forward to any comments. Next up a
re-cap of the nightlife.
It’s all good!
... that open out in the middle. The city still looks a little weather beaten in places from the hurricane in 2005. We walked down into the French Quarter then along Royal street looking for a place to eat. There are no fast food or shopping chains in this area, only restaurants, bars and boutique shops which ads to its uniqueness. There are musicians playing in the streets on most corners or in the bars and the music spills out into the street and there are a lot of ...
... dinner we, of course, had to watch the Saints-Cowboys game and since we didn't have tickets, what better place than Champions Square outside the Superdome where they had it on a gigantic (and unbelievably clear) screen with cocktail bars and rabid Saints fans (OK and a few Cowboys fans) everywhere. Laissez les bons temps roulez! And roll, the Saints did: 49-17. As ...