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After a lot of questions on these fora I have firmed up a program and I would request all Orleanites to give it a onceover....After B/fast in hotel take a cab to the start of St Charles streetcar riding it to and fro.Get down finally on Canal Street walk over to the Hannas Casino to enjoy the scene.I am no gambler.Walk over to the terminus of riverside streetcar and ride it to the other end and back to the Ferry Station. Cross over to the Algiers and back to see the scene across Mississippi after Isaac's visit. Back on main land and start the FQ extravaganza until legs give way. cab to hotel and sleep.

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