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... forget. Especially about how the African Americans were treated and the way the Deep South and Louisiana operated back then.
gus and I spent the remaining two days exploring the cities many sights and historical areas. it was great fun. were about to fly to la to hire our car. im currently incredibly hung over. we went out with the hostel people for a last hurrah before we left. it was a very large night.
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... Uruguay. England lost.
A slight oddity we noticed away from food and football was that the bartenders were allowed to smoke behind the bar. Well, we're not sure they were allowed, but they did. After years of the smoking ban back home, this seemed very weird.
Returned to the hostel via the bus - a helpful woman made sure we got the right stop as our hostel to add to it's many charms...is also just far enough away form ...
... the local specialty... surely you can guess it aha... Gumbo of course!! Most of us aren't big seafoodies so we went for the chicken, Michael had the shrimp and crab leg gumbo. Gumbo is basically like a stew. It was really tasty and it will be on the list of recipes to look up when we get home!! After dinner we met up with Rachel and Mark, our SF friends we had made the day before and went to try out one of the local hot spots - Pat O'Briens. Finally we had ...
... sleep deprivation and abnormal alcohol intake but I don't think that was the sole reason for him nearly purchasing a $2000, 4 foot by 5 foot painting of Louis Armstrong. He did resist though he took the artists information and continues to debate going back for the portrait. honestly the painting is likely worth it, the skill was in evidence and was actually the same artist who designed the official French Quarter Poster for this year.
After lunch we drifted back ...
... base and kept coming off. So I found myself stopping frequently to readjust my ride or regain my balance, and often to swing my leg over the frame quickly to dismount. And all this while, for the first time in my life, wearing a long skirt! Yes, I have bloody scrapes as testimony to my falls.
But the challenge was now to drive though Mardi Gras traffic, weaving around impatient taxis, running red lights, threading ...
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