USA ROADTRIP 2018 NEW ORLEANS #7

how to write reflective essays This was such a fun day! We started the day with a walk on the New Orleans River walk and we decided to buy tickets for a battlefield cruise on the Great Mississippi River aboard the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen. It was a 2 and half hour boat trip and I especially liked the way back. The guy asked us if we would like to hear more about  hurricane Katrina, he told the story, so interesting, the guy is really talented and I could have listened to him for hours. Everyone on the boat was quiet and was listening to his story.

After the boat trip it was time for dinner, we ate at Gordon Biersch for the second time since we arrived in New Orleans the day before.

follow url And then it was time for New Orleans night life at Bourbon street. What an experience that was! So many (drunk) people, breakdancers, people making music, cocktails,  people trowing necklaces, vampire tours, homeless people and a lot of cops! We ordered a famous cocktail named the handgranade, a tropical drink, I love it!

Back at the hotel we joint a group of guys that were there for a bachelor party. Mischa was named Michael G-String within minutes. (still don’t know why tho.) I laughed so hard, drunk but so funny!

watch I would love to go back someday!

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USA ROADTRIP 2018 NEW ORLEANS #6

A new video is here! Another day, another travel day. We drove from Houston to New Orleans. But we made some stops as well.

The stop I liked the most was at Lake Charles, we even spotted a little gator! A homeless man came up to us  and started to talk to us. He asked for food. I told him I had an can of nuts in the car and I could go and get it for him. But he said: “No thank you ma’am” I thought by myself: “You want food and when I offer you food, you say: no thanks??” But he continued and told me that he had no teeth. Ok, that is actually  a good reason, that’s kinda difficult. At least he had a six pack of Corona Beer, so he wouldn’t get thirsty.

go to site We arrived at the Hilton in New Orleans, a beautiful hotel, with a direct entrance into a huge shopping mall. And the best part: a view on the Mississippi river!

It was finally time for dinner at 10.30 that night, so hungry!!

Enjoy the  video!