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08/18/17 by Eric Bouler

St. Elizabeths Condos at 1314 Napoleon Avenue

St. Elizabeth's Condos 1314 Napoleon Avenue New Orleans, La, 70115      There is a lot of History behind the St. Elizabeth's Condos in Uptown New Orleans. They were converted into condos in 2005 and have trended upwards in p-rice and demand since that time. In 1993 is was bought by Anne Rice, the famous New Orleans author. Going... More >


05/01/17 by Eric Bouler

Breaux Mart Grocery Wall of Art

Wall of Swamp Art Breaux Mart Grocery 3233 Magazine Street, New Orleans, 70115       Breaux Mart is a great place to shop for groceries in Uptown New Orleans. Between Toledano Street and Pleasant Street. You see an entire building on the Pleaant Street side of Swamp Art. The entire side of art covers this section of the... More >


11/23/16 by Eric Bouler

Algiers Point Neighborhood,On th Mississippi River Westbank

Algiers Point, New Orleans West Bank of Mississippi River Another Historic Neighborhood         Algiers Point is a short ferry ride from the French Quarter and Downtown New Orleans. The area was annexed by the City of New Orleans in 1870. It is a great area to walk around view the Mississippi River, Local Shops, Music Venues, Eats... More >


10/21/16 by Eric Bouler

Halloween in New Orleans, Homes Decorate

New Orleans Halloween Homes Homes Like To Decorate down to the Bone "Skeletons Galore"                                                     This home on St. Charles Avenue always has a lot of attention... More >


09/15/16 by Eric Bouler

Louis Armstrong Park, North Rampart

Louis Armstrong Park Edge of French Quarter  Worth a Look and A Walk        Louis Armstrong Park is a 32-acre (130,000 m 2 ) park located in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, just across  t  from the French Quarter.        In the 1960s a controversial urban renewal... More >


08/29/16 by Eric Bouler

Botanical Gardens at City Park

Botanical Gardens at City Park Many Plants , Gardens and Artwork       The New Entrance to the Botanical Gardens at City Park. The Botanical Gardens was constructed in the mid 1930's as part of the WPA during the Great Depression. Later it fell into disrepair and came back to life in recent years and is now a place to... More >


08/23/16 by Eric Bouler

Old Jefferson Homes and Cottages

  Old Jefferson Homes and Cottages Jefferson, La. 70121      Once you leave New Orleans Uptown you will run into Old Jefferson which runs along the Mississippi River between the Levee and the rail road tracks and Earhart Expressway. It is an area that was developed in the late 1930's from farms into subdivisions. The homes... More >


08/12/16 by Eric Bouler

Storyland at City Park, A Must Do...

    Storyland, City Park A New Orleans "Must See"           Storyland in New Orleans City Park opened December 30, 1956. It is now almost 60 years old. The Fibre Glass  statures are worksd of art built by various Mardi Gras float builders. The 26 Fairy Tale Statues are a one of a kind. Take the... More >


08/01/16 by Eric Bouler

New Orleans Flying Horses

  "The Flying Horses" Of New Orleans City Park Carousel      The Carousel at City Park is a must see and ride....The Carousel was built in 1906 and moved to this location in 1928. All the horses are carved by hand and hand painted. There is 56 animals with a Lion, Camel, and Giraffe. There are a couple of... More >


07/25/16 by Eric Bouler

Historic New Orleans Homes on Bayou St. John

  Bayou St. John, New Orleans  Homes on Bayou St. John Amazing Historic Homes      Bayou St. John  was a natural waterway to drain the swamps of New Orleans into Lake Pontchartrain. It became a portage for trappers and early settlers to make their way to New Olreans. Many of thes homes look like plantations which... More >

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