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Old 09-30-2012, 02:41 AM   #151
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Like everyone else-loving the TR and pics. The New Orleans hotel courtyard behind the pool is just how I imagine they would look like-so beautiful. Can't wait to see one myself one day. Like most, this city has been on my bucket list for ages. Sounds like you really enjoyed exploring-and the food! Keep up our entertainment!
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Old 10-01-2012, 10:52 PM   #152
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One word.....AMAZING! I am so glad that we have decided to stop here but so upset that we only have two full days, three nights here. How many days did you spend here?
Jess, we only had 2 nights and one and a half days. The French Quarter is so compact that if you are staying in it you can do an awful lot in a short amount of time. It would have been nice to have another day to explore a little further afield but we just didnt have the time on this trip. Maybe we'll come back some day

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one question - we went to Memphis in 1997 on our honeymoon. arrived at 4pm on a Monday and place was dead. i reckon we were lucky to see anyone out and about in the city. it was eerie. is New Orleans like that during the day in the middle of the week, the pics make it look awfully quiet.
Coco, there were heaps of people around New Orleans and we were there midweek. It was a little quieter first thing in the morning but it did'nt feel lonely at all , I think you'd love it! We arrived in Memphis on a Sunday afternoon, and except for the cars streaming away from the Disney On Ice concert at the Fedex Forum - it was pretty dead. There were still lots of people around Beale Street at night though.

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Funny story, DH was just asking me if i knew what a Po Boy was. I said yes they sell them at POFQ where we are staying. A lady he works with just came back from New Orleans and was raving about them. So then 2 minutes later I jump on the Dis to read your latest update and I swear I stumbled across the picture of you eating at French Market and low and behold Po Boy's were smack bang in the middle of the menu board . We both had a chuckle when I showed him.

I love to hear that there are street musicians everywhere. That is exactly how I imagine it and can't wait to soak it all up. The images of the quaint street were divine.

And the church imagine, no words, oh wait, I do have one - AMAZING!!!!!
Thanks, Shuttergirl! We all had Poboys in the south and we loved them, especially the shrimp ones

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We are staying right out the front of Louis Armstrong park. Do you think that's a good location Andona?
Armstrong Park was right on the back edge of the French Quarter. The Quarter is only small so it was still only a 10 minute walk down to Jackson Square. It was quieter up that end which would make it nicer to sleep at night but, to be honest, I had read this post on Tripadvisor which influenced my decision to stay a little closer to the centre of the Quarter. http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic...Louisiana.html

However, Armstrong Park is only 2 short blocks north of Dauphine street so Im sure it would be fine.

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We have picked out some places each where we want to spend extra time and New Orleans is the number one for him! One of mine is Pigeon Forge in Tennessee!!! Can't wait to kick back in a log cabin and watch the world go by!!!
Minnie, seeing the Great Smokey Mountains part of Tennessee is DEFINITELY on my To-Do list!

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LOVING your trip report - vicariously reliving the big road trip DH and I did in the early 90's through the US - we did Key West-WDW-Atlanta-Memphis-N'awlins too - totally fell in love with New Orleans and went back once since - would love to go again one day - when the kids are older maybe, as it is kind of a "grownups place" lol....
Can't wait to see your pics as you head West - and continue down memory lane...
Happy trails!
THank you! We thought Bourbon street looked a bit too much like "Party Central" for us with our 15 year old - thats why we only walked there during the daytime. If we were a bityounger and without kids it looked like it would have been a blast , though

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love, love, love this TR.

new orleans is also on my bucket list. carlo and i keep adding things to our 2014 trip so now it includes going back to nyc, hitting up chicago and new orleans and going to wdw for star wars weekends and a 7 night cruise on the fantasy.

that's going to be one hell of a $$$ trip
LOL, Alicia , your trip is going to be 6 months long at the rate youre going!

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Old 10-01-2012, 11:01 PM   #153
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We had an interesting drive to Houston via the Bayou Teche scenic Byway. This takes you the southern route from NewOrleans through the Acadian region, which is where the Swamp People come from! We saw some more stunning plantation mansions along the way.

Louisiana Plantation home


The drive across south Houston to the Nasa area isnt very attractive, lots and lots of oil refineries! But the area near the Nasa Johnson Space centre is quite nice, lots of restaurants, shops and hotels. WE had dinner at a Carrabas Italian Grill, a chain we hadnt tried before - had a lovely meal and will go there again.

At Nasa Houston we did a short tram tour that first visits the Apollo Mission Control room, It was a thrill to see the room from which missions like Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 were controlled. From there we visited the Astronaut training facility and saw an amazing array of mockups, simulators and other equipment that the astronauts use to prepare for missions.



We saw the Space Gallery, where we saw a film summarizing all the various missions. At the front of the theatre they proudly display the lectern that John F Kennedy was using when he said his "we choose to go to the moon" speech. From the theatre we walked through a museum gallery of various items including a lot of moon rocks.
Then we watched a presentation of how they live In space inside a mockup of the space station, it answered ( in great detail!) the most-asked question at NASA - " how do you go the the toilet in space??"

Space toilet..



DS then tried out the flight simulator, he was strapped inside the simulator module where he went through a video-game style mission to fly a plane and shoot down enemy aircraft. There was a camera inside the module so for the outside we could watch DS operating the controls and we could also see the whole body of the simulator twist and turn and roll I'm response to his actions. He loved it especially when he made it do a full 360 degree roll!

We enjoyed our day at Nasa Houston but to be honest, DH and I both agreed that we think the one at Cape Canaveral is better.

THat night we drove about 7 miles east to the gulf coast to the Kemah Boardwalk. It's an entertainment and restaurant complex built out over the water at the inlet to Clear Lake. There's lots of amusement rides, a hotel and several restaurants. As we walked along the boardwalk we'd noticed coin operated machines that dispensed fish food but we still got a shock when we saw the water in one area heaving and moving with hundreds of catfish all fighting to get the scraps that were being thrown into the water. I've never seen anything like it!

Kemah Boardwalk


Catfish!



Next day was a fairly short drive to San Antonio, Texas. We hadlunch and then wandered down to the San Antonio Riverwalk. It is a network of walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River, one story beneath the streets of the city.in the 1920s , after a bad flood on the river, the city decided to dam the river upstream of the city and direct the stream through sewers under the city. After protests by the local conservation societies, a local architect came up with the idea for the Riverwalk. It has been a huge success and it's easy to see why. It is absolutely lovely!





The pretty paths meander along either side of the little river under beautiful trees. Here and there vine covered bridges span the river and along the banks are many little cafes and restaurants. At night it is lit with fairy lights. We noticed that the temperature down along the river is noticeably cooler that up on street level, it really is a wonderful oasis. In the busier season they even run little boat tours along the river. We went back there to have dinner and it was full of people having a wonderful time.



During the afternoon we visited The Alamo, which was originally a mission building and was also the site of a famous battle between 180 Texans and 4000 Mexicans during the Texan Revolution (which led ultimately to Texas becoming independent of Mexico and joining the USA) The Texans, led by Jim Bowie, Davy Crockett and 2 others were slaughtered. In battles afterwards "Remember the Alamo" became a catchcry and it has been repeated in many movies and TV shows since!



Alamo Gardens


I think that the Riverwalk really makes San Antonio unique , at least compared to any other cities we have seen in the USA. This trip keeps turning up new-and-different for us.

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Old 10-01-2012, 11:02 PM   #154
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I love your reporting on New Orleans. It is somewhere both the other half and I want to go one day. We feel the littlies are still too young so we will wait. For now I will live it through you.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:07 PM   #155
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I love looking at your Louisiana photos.

The Riverwalk looks like a lovely place to explore.
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Old 10-01-2012, 11:13 PM   #156
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San Antonio looks beautiful!! Your photos are lovely, too. Interesting about Houston, too - and that you thought Cape Kennedy was better!
OK - I'll be following along now from Anaheim (from Thursday!)
Enjoy the rest of your car trip!
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Old 10-02-2012, 02:33 AM   #157
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San Antonio and the River Walk look absolutely stunning. So picturesque.

The catfish however, ewwww. That made me very uncomfortable.
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:45 AM   #158
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Holy Catfish Batman!!!! That there is a whole lotta fish!!!!

Hubby and I are enjoying your report so much. It's the first time DH has shown even a remote interest in my DISboards ramblings so I owe you one!!!

Texas sure sounds like a Dallas re run with all those oil rigs! Must have been a great sight to see though!

Can't wait for more!
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:07 AM   #159
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omg. now i need to get a license, learn to drive and plan a roadtrip across the southern states...

this trip is absolutely incredible and i am loving reading along with your journey.

you are so right... my next trip is turning into at least 3 trips
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Your pictures of San Antonio Riverwalk are amazing. That's one part of the US that is on my bucket list....sadly for me, DH has been there before and so it isn't very high on his list.

One of these days, I'm going to have to pull a Thelma and Louise on him and just go!

Thanks for sharing.
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Texas definitely lived up to my "cowboy country" expectations. *

From San Antonio we headed south towards the Mexican border, taking the southern route across to Big Bend National Park which lies on the border of Mexico on the Rio Grande river. It wasn't long before we had to stop at an Inspection centre run by the local Border Patrol who were monitoring the area for illegal Mexican immigrants. they asked to see our passports which they examined very closely. I made the *mistake of starting to take a photo and was asked kindly but firmly Not to take photos as they have to protect their identity. They we very nice about it, luckily :-)

We stopped on the road to visit the Judge Roy Bean Museum. Roy Bean was a disreputable character who ended up being appointed the law in these parts. He ran his courthouse out of his saloon and he had the reputation of being a hanging judge! Once a dead man was found in the town with a gun and $40 in his pocket. Judge Bean promptly fined the corpse $40 for carrying an unlicensed weapon and pocketed the fine :-)

Judge Roy Bean's Saloon


From here we had about a 2 hour drive to get to Big Bend N.P.
the scenery as we drove up the steep and winding Chisos Basin Road to our lodge was spectacular.*The lodge is like a lot of National Park lodges, it's clean and basic. There is no TV and the bathroom is tiny but we enjoyed a tasty dinner in the restaurant

Big Bend National Park


After dinner we waited on the terrace to watch the sunset. There is a notch in the mountains that is called the "window" and through it you can see the valley 5000 feet below. Seeing the sunset at the "window" is one of the premier attractions in the park and there were several people snapping away with their cameras.*



We walked the trail near our lodge, There was a sign at the beginning of the trail advising what to do if you saw a mountain lion ( make yourself look big by waving your arms, act agressive, fight back and DONT RUN ). There was another sign that strongly urged people not to take children on the trail, pretty scary stuff!

After Big Bend we headed North again towards New Mexico so we could visit*Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

At the Park Headquarters we took the elevator that drops down 750 feet to *the heart *of the hills into the *"Lunch Room" .*The lunch room is a little bizarre, a food counter and gift shop and restrooms all underground seem strange, it's a hangover for the 1950s.

Underground lunch room and gift shop


When we started he tour I thought it would be interesting but " hey, Ive seen limestone caves before so it won't be very exciting" I was so wrong! Carlsbad Caverns *are unlike like anything we'd ever seen. The Big Room is one vast space that spreads in a cross shape , over 8 acres in total area. It took us close to an hour to walk the entire path and the stalagmites, stalactites, draperies, straws and columns were fabulous. Another National Park that is so different from anything else we've seen before *:-)



From the park we drove north, back through that flat, featureless land for about an hour to Roswell, New Mexico. Roswell has embraced their connection to the "aliens" with a vengeance. In 1947 "something" crash landed in Roswell that was initially branded by air force reports as a UFO, within a day the official reports changed their story but ever since the true believers have been convinced that a UFO did land that day and that the has been a massive government coverup about it ever since. *Roswell has been UFO central ever since!*

Roswell museum


Street lamps in Roswell


We drove a scenic mountain road down to the little, nothing town of Alamogordo to spend the night before heading on the Tucson, Arizona.

On the way we stopped at White Sands National Park, it was an incredible sight! Great wave-like bands of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert here and have created the largest gypsum dune field in the world.*



There*are a few picnic spots equipped with spacey looking 1950's style aluminium shelters, each with it's own little BBQ. You can stop anywhere along the way and climb the dunes. We had an unexpected photographic *opportunity when we stumbled on 3 brightly colored hot air balloons being prepared to take people on a flight.



From there we continued our western trail.
We had a little excitement (?) just before lunch when a police car came up behind us with all his lights flashing. Officer Rodriguez very politely explained that we had been clocked doing 85 in a 75 zone and asked if there was any particular reason we were going that fast. DH apologized and said he just hadn't noticed that his speed had crept up and handed over his licence. When the offices realized we were foreigners and were driving *a rental he let DH of with a warning, phew!*

We crossed *the border into Arizona in the afternoon and headed straight for*Tombstone, arguably the most famous town in the old West. The historic part of the town has been maintained so that most of the original buildings remain, along with the timber sidewalks. There are hitching posts, saloons, and black coated gunslingers strolling the streets! As we walked along past the saloons and stores you just couldn't help slowing your pace to allay stride and imagining the sound of boots and spurs... So much fun!*



We bought tickets to watch the Gunfight at the OK corral ( which is enacted every afternoon at 2 and 4 pm! ) and passed our time waiting by watching the stage coaches go by and browsing the gift shops. *The gunfight performance was surprisingly good!

Yesterday morning we visited the Pima Air and Ace Museum which is spread over many acres of the Arizona desert on the outskirts of Tucson. They have on site over 300 air and spacecraft, many of very historical or technical significance, for example they have the Air Force One jet used by JFK and Johnson.*. They had a couple of NASA jets including one of the original "Vomit Comets" which are the parabolic flyers used to create temporary zero-G conditions for astronaut training. We'd learned all about those when we were in Houston so it was cool to see one here.



We had also paid extra to go on the bus tour to the nearby Air force base to see the aircraft Boneyard. This is a colossal area where they store over 4000 aircraft that are no longer in active service. The majority of them are kept intact and can be brought back into service when needed. The reminder are gradually cannibalised for parts as needed.*

Next stop was*the Titan Missile Museum. This is the only one of the original 54 missile launch sites that has been kept in its original state, the rest were destroyed or decommissioned and sold.

On the tour DS and I were selected to sit in the chairs of the commander and vice commander of the team, we got to "turn the keys" that initialized the launch sequence. The lights on the console flashed and the alarms rang, and when it was finished we had "launched" a missile capable of wiping out a city the size of Phoenix ( which is a BIG city!)



Then we walked through the 6000 lb blast doors to see the missile sitting in its silo. I'm very glad these things don't work anymore!

Last we drove up into the hills to see Saguaro National Park. The saguaro cactus *are those classic ones you see in all the old Western movies. They are so much larger than I was expecting and they grew thickly all over the hillsides . They grow very slowly and can grow to heights of up to 50 feet!*

Saguaro cactus and me


On to Flagstaff tomorrow..

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Loving your latest update. You and the family must be having a fantastic time....I know I am just by reading your words and seeing your pictures.

I love the saguaro picture with you in it. Sure gives you the perspective of size.

That sunset shot is beautiful too.

And how lucky that the highway patrol let your DH off with a warning!
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Fantastic update Andona! So many exciting things to see & do (and add to bucket lists!). A caution is always nice from the police, I'm sure being Aussies would have helped Have fun on your last few days
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So many of the things you did on this last section are on my bucket list! Big Bend, White Sands, the Saguaro cactii... It all looks amazing

And you rebels having a run-in with the law
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Thanks for the update, great reading I don't think we will be visiting Big Bend National Park anytime soon if there are child eating cats around
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