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... lower than I'm used to. Booze is sold most places..from gas stations to supermarkets (which are open almost all hours of the day). Whilst some supermarkets are 24hr, it is common (if not mandatory) that alcohol must not be sold prior to 12pm on Sundays. I am led to believe that this is due to religious beuracracy and is not uncommon in the south of America (aka Bible Belt). In my visits to various supermarkets, some later night ones included I have found the ultimate ...
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 ...
... typical southeastern than this. Bottomless coffee cup, fresh squeezed orange juice, one Mama's breakfast of, French Toast, with eggs & bacon - four slices of toast? One breakfast sampler of bowl of grits, biscuits (scones) with gravy (white sauce) stewed apples, eggs, bacon, ham, sausage, cheese hash browns (help!) one order of egg sandwich, side of bacon. Stagger round the Country Store, so much food, so much waste... Sightseeing, so start with history. Birmingham was centre ...
... a school and a church.
Finding somewhere nice for lunch was a bit challenging, as we didn’t quite know where was a nice area and where wasn’t to have a picnic, so we spent a fair amount of time driving around before heading back to the visitor center where there is a small park. We sat on a bench out of the sun beneath a tree for our picnic, bread, tuna, olives, sweet corn and salad (this has become a regular picnic lunch for us!). ...