SUNDAY POST : Architecture

The French Quarter in New Orleans has some of the most unique architecture that I’ve ever seen.  Here are a few of my favorites:

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Passing the Time at the Airport

Many of my trips involve travel by airplane, and sometimes I have connecting flights.  This leads to quite a bit of time spent in airport terminals.  I know I should just go the gate and find a place to sit.  But here’s what actually happens.

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Walking in the French Quarter

A walking tour through the French Quarter of New Orleans with a local guide sounded like a good way to see the area and hear interesting stories.  Our group met in front of a café on Bourbon Street at 5 p.m.  To say it was hot and humid was an understatement. However, I was ready for the heat because I had a personal fan, one with a battery.  (I actually had a second fan to use as a back up in case the first one stopped working.)  I also had a bottle of water that had been cold at one time but was now lukewarm.

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