Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... In our case, they were on the Crescent line with volunteer rangers from the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park. They get on in Atlanta and ride to New Orleans and back, and advise on what to see and where to go at various stops along the way.) The rangers we talked to couldn't say enough good things about this museum, and it turned ...
... my makeup was stored to discover that I had put hair product on my face. Apparently this works as well or better than the expensive face stuff from Lancome and it is much handier because one can just run coated hands up into the hairline while applying to face!!!! Today I used the face base and received no comments so guess I will switch to the cheaper, all-in-one brand.
The room is feeling much cooler therefore will say goodnight to all.
11:00am GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: Diablo's Horns
Diablo’s Horns- New Orleans Brass Band Funk, Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Tejano and a little local humor thrown in.
Only catching the last 20 minutes of their set we were kicking ourselves for not getting there sooner. They did several rock and blues covers but used a tuba instead of a bass guitar or upright bass. "Come Together, riiight nooowww... Over Me" feels so much different when ...
... smooth thanks to the graciousness of everyone here. Having a full kitchen has been amazing for me and we have both taken full advantage of the gym and hot tub on a daily basis. Gordon has thoroughly enjoyed having some space of his own and a place for him to play as well.
Unfortunately the normalcy took a horrid turn for the worse. On Tuesday Kaitlyn woke up with some stomach pains similar to the discomfort she experiences regularly due ...
... of music that leans on your heart and won't quit. A parade of horns and dancing women with feather parasols passed us down the street. Curiosity escaped me and we followed them into a bar, where they danced and sang waving handkerchiefs above their heads. Shauna whispered to me she thought she saw a woman crying in the corner. Second line, we later learned, is a jazz funeral leading friends and family in ...
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