Tag Archives: City Views

     Sunday Mornings.     Oh, the sweet words of bliss (and Fleetwood Mac).     We often jump out of bed on Sundays (well, ‘jump’ might be a stretch) with an appetite for a hearty breakfast.     Ben makes a GREAT breakfast- Eggs done just perfect. Swedish pancakes with real maple syrup (we’re from Northeast Ohio […]

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  • deeprooted - What a nice place! These colours, the beautiful tiny coutyard….that should be a reminder to all of us to (carefully) look around corners, dig a little deeper ;)! And the food looks really good! Totally worth being a bit ‘zealous’!
    Oh, and I just loved ‘sort of Williamsburg meets French Quarter secretly dating NYC on the side’ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl - I’m always peeking around corners! How else to find secrets?ReplyCancel

    Ben and I have a friend who left his job (midlife) to pursue a lifelong dream- sloppin’ BBQ.     Every one’s got one (A dream that is. Who am I to judge).     You might think that here in New Orleans we would have an abundance of BBQ joints.     We don’t.    […]

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     When I was growing up in the 60’s & 70’s, there were only three television channels, and national news had one dominant theme- the war in Vietnam.      Every day- body counts, offensive action, defensive maneuvers, hippies with flowers strong-armed by police, returning soldiers yelled at.       Success and failure- all around.  […]

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     In 1872, for three months, a young chap by the name of Edgar Degas, visited the beloved city of his mother’s childhood: New Orleans.     He had many American relatives here, including his brother, Renee, and his maternal uncle Michel Musson.      They all lived in a creole neighborhood, downriver from the Quarter, […]

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