|You never know what you'll see around any corner in New Orleans.|
Since I've moved to New Orleans, I don't find many reasons to travel outside the city's limits. When you live in New Orleans the sky is the limit, of course, but that's only when you're looking up. When you live in New Orleans there are very few reasons to visit other cities? Why? When you live in New Orleans and you visit another city, maybe on vacation or business, after two days you want to be home again. That's how I feel. I hate to travel. In a New Orleans state of mind, why leave New Orleans unless there is a wedding or a funeral?
|An inviting way to start the day on Ursulines Avenue, New Orleans.|
It's been a long time since I last said that I would walk a mile for a Camel cigarette but I wouldn't mind riding my bicycle three miles up St. Bernard Avenue, headed lakeside, to see a statue of a camel in somebody's from yard---right where you'd least expect it.
He is a handsome camel:
|Lakeview royalty, New Orleans-style.|
I've been riding my bicycle around the great city of New Orleans every morning for the past couple of weeks. It is flat here and the city is compact. New Orleans is a real city. Is is densely full of details, both historic and evolving. I have lived in New Orleans nine years. Not a day goes by when I am not astounded. Happiness is New Orleans.
If you've never been to New Orleans, you should come down for a visit.
Longer is always better. No one ever says their visit is too long. It is always too short. The longer you are here, the more you'll realize how much more there is to discover and appreciate. There are treats around every corner. New Orleans is Candyland with a long francophile pedigree.
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