Salt Lake city is a nice looking city. There are mountains (currently covered in snow) both West and East of the city. Even in the centre of capitalism there are no houses built on the mountains, so its a great view.
We went into the city centre to view the Morman temples in Temple [...]
We spent the day exploring Boulder, then drove back to Denver along the eastern edge of the Rockies. The mountains around Denver and Boulder are spectacular, and the higher peaks are still covered in snow. It’s a very impressive backdrop for residents when they walk out their front door.
Boulder is a lovely town. [...]
The long journey over the midwestern prairie. We drove through Kansas City, which is in Missouri not Kansas.
We avoided the toll road to Topeka, travelling on a state road. Once we left Topeka it got very rural with not much around. Onece we past Salina it got very flat. Our choices of places [...]
Very looong driving day due to roadworks and a lot of traffic on the I-75. So we took a couple of detours off the main road and saw a bit of Georgia that we wouldn’t have seen from the freeway.
We ate real southern food tonight at Mary Mac’s Tea Rooms in Atlanta, founded [...]
Greg celebrates his birthday, we visit the Tabasco Sauce factory, we drive to New Orleans and spend the evening wandering around the French Quarter and Bourbon Street
Tabasco Country Store
the bridge over the mississippi river that we drove over on the I-10 into New [...]
We crossed the border into Louisiana. A couple of miles over the border we stopped at the Tourist Information Centre and picked up brochures and maps, and had a long and very helpful chat with a guide on what to see and do in Louisiana. She told us about Natchitoches, a little historic town [...]