Victorian Mansion on Bourbon
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... noticed and took me outside where I ended up getting a hug and a glass rose from a lovely waitress. I spent the rest of the night crying and thoroughly depressed. Sometimes I really hate my malfunctioning brain. In the morning I got up and sat outside on my own and managed to remember the techniques in my therapy toolkit back home, and I was fine by the end of the next day. The events of that day will be in the next entry however, so until then, farewell dear ...
... my meal anyway, since it basically tasted like chicken anyway!
Ted and I are still not getting as much sleep as two people on holidays should, so we went back for a nap before catching up with our friends Sean and Mike who were staying in a hotel nearby. They suggested coming to their hotel but Ted and I were dawdling before getting there and when we arrived set their room there was no one there! It turned out they were in the bar upstairs having appetizers. We haven't seen ...
... walking into a rock concert. As we got closer we could here live music. I'll call it a mash of sounds because it wasn't just one band playing cleanly through the air but rather a circus fairground cacophony of screams, shrieks, laughter, and music coming from all directions. There were neons and people in costumes, but nothing like a Mardi Gras, like I'd been told. Halloween was only a week away but it had already started to make an appearance. Most people had ...
... letter from me, just won't update their website, despite numerous requests from the hotel!
However, we received excellent directions from the concierge, who we then went on the have a long chat with. This is another thing we have noticed about the Deep South. The people here are incredibly interested in your stories and on sharing theirs with you too. We learned about his travels in the UK and the hotspots of our forthcoming destinations. He was a true southern gent! By ...
... mouth mash, and braised lamb on the bone in a curried tomato sauce with veg and mash, washed down with frozen margaritas. Yum yum yum.
We left the Rum House feeling kinda fat, but happier than ‘a dead pig in the sunshine’ (supposedly in Louisiana that is pretty darn happy!).
New Orleans (19/06)
Up early to beat the queues to the sole decent shower with a door that locks, then made our ...
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