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After a long drive from Clarksdale we arrived in New Orleans late in the evening and met some Aussies who like Alex and I wanted to go to Bourbon street. Bourbon street was fun but weird. Detracting from the issue that it did smell like death it was overpopulated with tourists which made the place feel a little like Malia or another Greek/Spanish Island where everyone is desperate to extract as much from the tourists ...
... the area where the derailment happened, and the 8 or 9 rail cars upside down in the ditches on either side of the train shut her up. It was quite impressive--and sobering. We were in the dining car and there was no opportunity to take photos, but it looked pretty much like it does in the movies. Must have been an almighty crash. No wonder Amtrak was late!
Due in tomorrow originally at 7:09, but with the delay, we expect to get in around 11:00.
... have right of way and four big vehicles drove right through the intersection while we tried to stay alive. He shook his head and said "unbelievable". I asked did cars have the right of way here. He reassured me that they did not and "real New Orleans's people" did not drive like that, then he gave me a big hug and apologized for the drivers! He was cute as well as having a sweet nature with excellent manners. The people here ...
... may have been lost. Bye bye New Orleans and bye bye Louisiana it had been a blast. The road out of NO is wicked as you drive over an enormous bridge (the biggest in the US) which was gorgeous at sunrise. We quickly passed through Mississippi (again) though this time without stopping. And into Alaaaahbammma. We didn't stop here on purpose except for our third (and hopefully final) encounter with the cops, the first being Las Vegas when Eva dialled 911 and second ...
... from end to end.
Since visiting New Orleans we have been told by multiple Louisiana residents, most people avoid New Orleans if possible. Apparently, it has become a dangerous, dirty city. Although we were only in the city 2 times, our assessment was the same. However, there are museums and some historic sites; it would have been a shame not to have seen them.