Best Western Inn at Coushatta
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... I would. I have been going on bike trips each year since 1989 with only a few missed years, those habits are deeply ingrained.
From Marlin, TX I was about 800 km to NOLA and at first I was going to take my time getting there and arrive Sunday. I had booked a fancy schmancy h'otel, The Hyatt French Quarter via Expedia and got a 75% off rate. Normally $395 I paid $95/night. Sorta makes you ask, 'what's wrong with it'? Don't it? That was for Sunday arrival, ...
... east back to Alexandria. Because it was hot it probably was not the right choice - but another lesson learned.
Pulled into the Best Western Alexandria - had a very welcome shower and researched places to eat. Ate and drank at Spirits and had a great conversation with the barman John and the gentleman sitting next to me who was also John.
Left the bike at Spirits - 30 min walk back in the morning to pick it up.
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... provided communications back to Kathy who could then relay information to the mechanics. Kathy and I stayed with the bikes for security. Elizabeth and Janet had gone off in search of a hotel. The rooms were booked at many places and were very expensive but we Did finally find 3 affordable rooms. We were hot and tired at the end of the day, but I was grateful to be safe and sound in a town where services could be sought out.
... as a sort of lever, holding the bristles with his foot and thwacking the pie tin with the handle, which he pulled back and let go sort of like a slingshot. The egg, as promised, dropped straight into the jug while the pie tin flew across the room. The magician then proceeded to give away his secret: first you pickle the egg in vinegar for 12 hours or so, which turns it rubbery so it won't break. With that, they all trooped ...
**It is worth noting here, that people in Louisiana are really friendly. We have heard "Have a good day" everywhere we have travelled in America. Although only a subtle change to "Y'all have a good day" in Louisiana the real difference is you can really tell they mean it. **
**p.s. Louisiana is ridiculously flat! I reckon if we were both 6 ft we could see the whole state without having to move around!**