Fairchild House Bed and Breakfast
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John Doe No 24 by Mary Chapin Carpenter is a haunting ballad and tells of Lewis on St Charles Avenue. I had an idea in my head of what it might be like and it is just like that! Spooky. We are staying in Prytania Street, which runs parallel to St Charles. It is an exquisite mix of Plantationesque Victorian and old colonial houses. Play the …
... know you are going to be a problem at that time of night. I'm not a problem, but I was having trouble talking and having problems remembering where it was we were staying. I got into this cab, and started into a diatribe that really must have made him think what he told me to do which was to get out of his cab. So I did, and couldn't believe how I couldn't perform basic functions. And I couldn't remember basic details. I called Jock again. No answer. This was ...
... just a little tighter for that. Though quick, it was so great to be back together with the team. We always have the most fun and it's so cool that we span over 6 years of players and yet everyone gets along as though we all played together for years. My flights were all on time, but that still put me into Bangor at midnight. Time to get some much needed sleep and avoid Mark like the plague so he doesn't catch this mung before his exam. Goodnight!
... night, but after sitting in planes for much of the day we both wanted to start exploring as soon as we got to our AirB&B place in the Treme district, and at 7PM headed out to find the French Quarter, maybe less than a mile away. The air was warm (wonderful!) and sticky; I loved everything about where we were, the less than glamorous Treme area (read: rundown and mostly Black), and our obviously being outsiders. But everyone was very ...
The house has some wonderful pieces of furniture and knick knacks but most of it is not original. They had quite a big fire in the early 1900s which destroyed a lot of it.
The dining room which was the most important room of the house back when they were having big parties.
The original family. The three silhouettes at the ...