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... t come off the track", "oh I think he has a rear vision camera". It took all my energy to not burst out laughing... oh no wait, I did... luckily they didn't know what I was laughing at.
We checked-in at our hotel. St James. It is a vast improvement on Memphis. It is also about 30% more expensive. The room is clean, neat, comfortable, and best of all, does not smell like cigarettes. We also get breakfast ...
... for our lunch break at a cafe called McAllisters Deli which Brayden told us was meant to be quite good for sandwiches. Jake pointed out that they sold baked potatoes so I had to have one whilst I could, unfortunately they didn't have a cheese and beans one but they had a cheese and bacon one which was nice. Jake ordered a pot of chilli with a ham and cheese sandwich which he said was good. He was still a bit peckish so I bought us both a cookie and a ice tea for me but when ...
... a bit much for the reserved audience. There were no "Praise the Lords" coming from this subdued audience. We stayed for almost an hour before ducking out to find some dinner.
Last meal in New Orleans was special so we chose Red Fish Grill on Bourbon Street. Denise loved her Southern specialty of shrimp and grits while Dave enjoyed the pork chop! Our final walk around town allowed us to enjoy the last ...
We awoke around 9am Saturday the 9th and by 10:30am we were on our way to Evergreen Plantation to catch our 11:30am tour. Kasia and I had been to one a few years ago so we knew what to expect, although this one was much nicer and had more photo opportunities. Apparently it's the property where Quentin Tarantino's Django was filmed, so it makes sense that it would have a unique feel. It was only about 30 minutes from the city but it felt like an entirely different ...
2,455 miles. Texas to New Orleans. Texas is so big. Feels like we've been driving for weeks and it never ends. The sky is incredible. I know we picked the perfect time of year to drive through this part of the country. The air is warm, not dry like the desert, and getting more and more humid the closer we get to Louisiana; just the way I like it. Thunderstorms create clouds that dance across endless blue, one of the most beautiful things ...