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... top level is a private condo that is worth millions. Maggie didn't like the city life at all. Down from the hotel was a "dog park" as the hotel receptionist called it. It was a patch of dirt with doggy poop bags. She wasn't having any of it. Plus there was to much going on around her. She enjoys quiet and having her space. Miles travelled: 97 Hours on the road: 1.5 Total miles: 482 Total hours: ...
... rain'. A few days later we took a paddlewheeler crusie with love jazz and creole cuisine and cruise on the missipissi river. After dinner we ended up on Frenchman street again which is now hailed to be the new Bourbon street listening to live Jazz and dancing. New Orleans is a great place, with a great vibe, lovely chatty people, fun and full of things to do. Highly recommended! More pictures to come when we get better wifi.
... and found a lovely building that served us crepes and dessert. They were closing in 10 minutes but still served us with a smile. The waiter told us about their ballroom upstairs that was around in the 1700's, so we had a squizz and looked at another historic room.
The gang had a really early flight so we all went to be bed. We said goodbye to Mark & Rachel and we hope to see them again in this lifetime.
... a duo rocking on violin and guitar, a transformer, and some guy precariously balanced on a ladder. Shortly before Nasimiyu began we went into the courtyard and snagged some great seats.
2:15pm BMI Songwriter Stage at the Historic New Orleans Collection: Nasimiyu Murumba Band
Songwriter Nasimiyu wields a colorful and eclectic Indie/Folk/Retro-pop sound, embodying a new, socially conscious movement that is bright and uplifting as the ...
... No wind and a little warmer (40’s) but crazy coming down rain. We watched a parade on TV that morning but I really wanted to be out there so Honey and I bundled up and walked down to the parade route. We had raincoats and umbrellas but oh what I would have given for a pair of gloves. I went into a couple of stores but they were sold out. Anyhow, once the parades started, they were so fun, it didn’t matter that we were cold and wet. The Rex ...