Monthly Archives: February 2013

New Orleans: Food/Drinks to put your Stomach into a Coma

Any time you go to a new place, you should try new food. And the best of the best is found throughout New Orleans. There are mainline places, hole in the wall, food carts, and hidden gems. The typical answer … Continue reading

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Snow in Central Park

It finally snowed!!!!! After waiting almost 2 years for a good size snow fall, we finally got it here in NYC, so I was off early the next morning to Central Park to get as many shots as I possibly … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Belvedere Castle, Bethesda Fountain, Central Park, Hiking, lake, Landscape, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Monument, nature, NYC, Park, The Ramble, Winter | 2 Comments

Inside the Cathedral of St. John the Divine

I made a return trip to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on a bright sunny day. Since I’ve covered the exterior and the church history in an earlier post, this will be mostly covering the interior and the … Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Art, Church, Mausoleum, Morningside Heights, NYC, Peace Fountain, St. John the Divine | 2 Comments

New Orleans on the Mississippi

I’ve seen the Mississippi River before in Memphis, TN when I was on tour. It was nice to return to the river in New Orleans, just to the southeast of Jackson Park. You get a nice view of two bridges: … Continue reading

Posted in Church, French Quarter, Jackson Square, Mississippi River, nature, New Orleans, St. Louis Cathedral | 1 Comment