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I've arrived in Birmingham! After the long flight (which was luckily slept away) I am now in the US of A. Three weeks here has already given me a huge insight into the American culture, especially that particular to Birmingham, Alabama. The biggest shock would have to be the vast amount of churches, found on almost every corner that overpower the streetscape. The denominations of each church varies slightly to the next but each one clearly has a significant backing to ...
Left New Orleans Hotel and had breakfast next door as breakfast the day before, was hideous. As we were sitting there, one of the staff from the hotel came and asked us to move our bikes so we did and that pretty much sealed our opinion of the hotel.
The weather was looking a little ominous on the way and we had a 550 km ride so did not fancy that in the rain. However, we were lucky and not a drop fell on us during the ...
... gold and brown.
You think of lands you journeyed through,
of paintings and a dress once worn
by a woman you never found again.
And suddenly you know: that was enough.
You rise and there appears before you
in all its longings and hesitations
the shape of what you ...
... we know the hotel bar has a good whiskey selection, so back we go.
Day two in Nawlins' was to be a low key sight seeing day via the trolleys, and after a late morning getting started, lunch was the first thing on the agenda. I am a big lover of sandwich's and the original Muffaletta is something I have always wanted to try. Since the Central Market, home of the Muffaletta is not far from the trolley, we knew this is where we were gonna start our day. The ...
... on the Ham, like the food. Now this was a quiet city. We drove through, and saw pretty much nothing. We doubled back to a park that we had seen to have our picnic. Parked up, we got our picnic out and started feasting. But what is this? Another beggar, asking me if I was a veteran. So many times this happened. I ended up giving him a piece of our meagre portion of bread. Then he proceeds to look into our cooler box and asks :"Do you maybe ...