Then...once I've built up enough reserves to get my film developed, it'll be like deja vu around here. (Can I do a Kickstarter campaign for film developing? It's no potato salad but...)
First up is New Orleans. I've been to that below-sea level city many times but somehow never walked the Garden District. It's amazing and it doesn't smell like puke and alcohol. There are tree-lined streets, cute shops, great food, beautiful houses, interesting people. I could have spent a week just on Magazine Street.
Alright, let's go! The last one is my favorite!
|One of the best things about cities.|
|I bet Nat King Cole got his hair done here.|
|It was tempting to eat one of District Donut's famed confections, but there was cheese to be had and beignets...and we only had one day there.|
|St. James Cheese Company's caramelized onion and Gruyere grilled cheese sandwich.|
|I forgot how quickly ice cream melts in the South. The Creole Creamery's browned butter pecan. Whoa sugar cone that was good. (Mom hand modeling)|
|Can't decide if the contrast is too severe...thoughts?|
|See? I told you it was good. Isn't this lady awesome? She clearly has modeled in that doorway before. |
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