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... 4 hours of driving time. Better safe than sorry, I always say. And here we are at the Antebellum-esq. Quality Inn in a quite nice room. We are all cozied up in a big, fluffy, king-sized bed watching TV, which is something we do not often do. I haven't had cable in 3 years! No time. So it begins, my journey back to popular American culture. *Crawls from beneath rock*
Writing from the Crescent, the train from New Orleans to New York, just outside of Atlanta. Bourbon street was insane: people of all ages, races and sports team affiliations drinking open containers in the streets on a Sunday night. The police are as much of a tourist attraction as the strip clubs, and will let you pet their horses and take pictures with them. We started out with a couple of hurricanes (a local cocktail of rum and passion fruit juice) at Pat ...
... issues driving home.
We all agreed that our first time kayaking was a highlight of the trip.
Peggy calculates our expenses. The approximate expenses for each person for the week were:
Condo $200, food and meals out $100, gas $56, entrance fees and MARTA $64. Total for each person $420.
... very low also. There are two poles sticking in the ground and the water is up to 1 ft on one of them and less on another. There is a buoy line
which appears to be the kind to mark the swimming boundary but it is in about a foot of water.
Tomorrow is another sight-seeing day. The plan is to spend the day seeing Civil War stuff, starting with Kennesaw National Battlefield, the proceeding to the Gone With the Wind stuff and stone Mountain. It should be another good ...
... baseball experience'..well that's the excuse were going to use anyway. about two and a bit hours later the game finished and we tottered on home once we'd escaped the flood of fans rushing to get home. When we were walking to the car we saw some guy crash and thud his head into a stubbie pole, and then walk away clutching his head. I was in shock, it was so loud I felt so bad for this poor guy until we realised he was faking. How rude, I had genuine sympathy for ...