Evangeline Anovilis Posted December 27, 2011 Report Share Posted December 27, 2011 It was just the day after the ball at Randgriz. While her Highness returned to Charlottenbourg, together with Charlotte (who was tasked with entertaining the princess, as well as to take care of all official matters of the state, together with Lisette, until the Senechal was to return), Lieselotte took a different flight. Instead of Charlottenbourg, her destination was further north, the colonial capital of Nouvelle-France, Nouvelle-Orleans. Lieselotte stared at the sheet of clouds, lying underneath the wings, white and reminiscent of flying wool it hid the Caribbean sea. It was a white reminding her of her sister at home in her white dresses. Sometimes it seemed Lisette was just always trying to make up for Lieselotte. She was way nicer, more collected and had a more joyful aura around her. As she thought about Lisette, the plane began to descent and as soon as it scrapped at the sea of clouds it was already inmidst of them. When they left the white layer of condensed water, Nouvelle-Orleans was already visible. As the plane lowered its altitude, coming nearer to the ground, one could see the various people and vehicles, then the town stopped and the runway came. The tires touched the asphalt, the brakes set in, the propellers shovelled backwards. The Ju-02 set everything to decreasing its velocity from the fliht and after about 800 metres of runway, it really stopped and was led by the airport personal to the parking position. Lieselotte received her luggage in the terminal, after undergoing various security checks. The state was still not completely at rest and with its neighbours looking over the borders like this, it was no surprise. As the Princess had left with the government-owned plane, she had to use the regular flight, but now that she arrived in the French colony, a car was provided by the military mission, sent from Biloxi to bring LLieselotte to the chairwoman of the Revolutionary Party, Simone. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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