“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.” When these words were published in 1937, Oxford professor J.R.R. Tolkien introduced a brand new world to what would eventually become generations of readers. Whether you’re a fan of the books, the movies or both, if you enjoy of The Hobbit or The Lord of The Rings series, you are going to want to see this – I can almost guarantee it!
I reluctantly admit that I did little to no preparation for our trip to New Orleans, besides the planning for our parade. That left us with four days with absolutely no plans, so I did what I typically do nowadays when that happens: I asked our readers for help. I did and you responded with some wonderful suggestions. One of the top suggestions was to go see Mardi Gras World.
I asked Sharon if she was interested in seeing where the floats for…
So we went to Mardi Gras World.
Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
This ain’t your momma’s museum, y’all!
There are plenty of museums and exhibits that are “out of the box” in terms of subject matter. The Museum of Sex. The City of Wine. Downton Abbey: The Exhibition. The Neon Museum. Mickey Mouse: The True Original Exposition. The Burger Museum. So of course no one should be surprised that there’s currently a pop-up CANDY MUSEUM making the rounds and tickets are available right now!
Downton Abbey’s final episode was broadcast on Christmas Day of 2015, but that hasn’t stopped its millions of fans (including one Queen Elizabeth, who reportedly used to like to spot historical mistakes in the show) from scarfing up, “all things D.A.” So when a new Downton Abbey event was announced in the U.S., thousands of people checked their calendars….and we got to interview two people who went to the event!