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  • Nola in Spring– Part Six

    Published: 24/05/2017
    On the whole I enjoy seeing the older houses with older furniture etc, but I’d rather live in one of the more modernized houses in the quarter, though I could do without some of the decor and ar ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
  • Nola in Spring– Part Five

    Published: 23/05/2017
    Notice the sign in the window— No Air B+B! The locals are not happy with corporations buying up vintage homes and turning them into Bed and Breakfasts. Lots of things get repurposed in the Quart ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
  • Nola in the Spring– Part Four

    Published: 22/05/2017
    Most of these houses are at least two stories high, some are three. If you can’t go wide, go tall. Here’s a view from an upstairs window. There were five houses on the Springfest tour this ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
  • Nola in Spring– Part Three

    Published: 21/05/2017
    There are all manner of houses in the French Quarter from the squalid to the splendid, and some dating back to the Napoleonic era when America did not own the Louisiana Purchase. The house above is on ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
  • Nola in Spring– Part Two

    Published: 20/05/2017
    Spring is of course also Lent, and the Easter season, and so various houses in the French Quarter were all decorated for occasion with the appropriate Easter colors. Quite naturally you expect to see ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
  • Nola in Spring— Part One

    Published: 19/05/2017
    Ah Nola (which is short for New Orleans La.). It is a city of many faces and flavors. It is one of the birth places of classic jazz, and the place where Cajun meets Creole meets ole Southern cooking a ... Read more
    Source: www.patheos.com
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