Monthly Archives: November 2012

New Orleans: A Walk Through the Garden District

The day in the Garden District continued after Lafayette Cemetery with a walk around the neighborhoods to see the houses. Some are famous, some not as much, but they all look interesting. And the morning sun created some very nice … Continue reading

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New Orleans: Lafayette Cemetery No. 1

A trip to the Garden District of New Orleans started off with a walkthrough of Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. It was begun in 1833 and includes many soldiers from the Civil War along with many families of various ethnic and … Continue reading

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New Orleans: Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1

While down in New Orleans, I played tourist for a bit and joined a tour to the oldest cemetery in town: Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1. I opted to use Haunted History tours which was a great move. My tour … Continue reading

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Autumn reached Central Park

I had been waiting and waiting for autumn to get here. Namely because last year it never really showed up and I didn’t get the best pictures of the changing leaves. This year, nature kept holding it back and/or raining … Continue reading

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