Tag Archives: New Orleans
Earlier today I posted a review of Interview of the Vampire. In my review I mentioned that I visited New Orleans after reading Rice’s wonderful descriptions of the city. Here’s one of my photos. This city has a vibe that is hard … Continue reading
Before getting to my review I would like say my thoughts are with those who are dealing with Sandy. Please stay safe. After reading King’s vampire story, ‘Salem’s Lot, I decided to reread Anne Rice’s contribution to vampire novels. Her … Continue reading
While in New York City last week I met a delightful couple from New Orleans. They were worried about their friends and family back home since Hurricane Isaac was approaching their wonderful city. A few years ago I had the … Continue reading
When I visited New Orleans a couple of Decembers ago the weather was really cold. I didn’t mind too much, but many of the locals I spoke to apologized that the weather wasn’t that great. I found it funny. And … Continue reading
This used to be the longest continuously functioning service station in the South. It closed in 1990. Photo taken in Algiers, Louisiana. If you are in the area and what to see a little history, it is located on 446 Pelican Avenue.