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... rickety journey. The garden district is the well to do area of New Orleans, so you can see examples of some pretty amazing colonial style homes. We walked through the area looking at some of the houses before passing a book store with a huge queue outside. We found out later that Anne Rice - author of Interview with a Vampire - was inside doing a book signing. It turns out that a lot of her books are set in the Crescent City (I can't say I've read any of them).
We then went ...
... I decided to zig zag. I'd totally forgotten about guns and being shot in the back. I'd totally forgotten about being drunk. I'd totally forgotten about everything other than getting away from what was a very dangerous situation. I've had a few close calls with stupid stuff around the world but this has to be the closest I have been to being rolled. And I would have been rolled for my cards and $7. I made it to the street light and from there I found the street and then a ...
... 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!
... of the house had her own office where she planned meals, kept shopping lists and made extensive notes about her garden. Back in the car for a long drive along the Mississippi River, except we couldn't see much of the River thanks to the tall riverbank. It was a nice break from interstate driving, however, and we did get to show the girls some of the simpler and rundown houses and trailers where locals live. We also crossed the Mississippi River on two large bridges and ...
... and found a lovely building that served us crepes and dessert. They were closing in 10 minutes but still served us with a smile. The waiter told us about their ballroom upstairs that was around in the 1700's, so we had a squizz and looked at another historic room.
The gang had a really early flight so we all went to be bed. We said goodbye to Mark & Rachel and we hope to see them again in this lifetime.