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I wonder if being closed in on both sides by 2 big buildings buildings is confining for them?Hopefully they have a back yard.
It is a favorite place of mine to visit. Do you know that Mardi Gras originated in Mobile? Then some of the mystics went to NOLA to help them start theirs. It's history. Our Mardi Gras isn't as dangerous as the one in NOLA. Mobile has a lot of the French and Spanish architecture, too. We also have some beautiful mansions and the Azalea Trail is here in Mobile. There are a lot of things to see and do here, as well. ;-D ❤️Here is a link to the history of Mardi Gras if you are interested. https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/watch-5-things-didn-apos-202528642.html
Hi Robin, and it is tucked right between a couple of big newer buildings, still holding on..☺
Hi pasta, whoever lives in ths house must be a happy person. Thanks
Hi Sharon, the only thing I regret about leaving my visit with New Orleans is not already making it back... Baguettes, the Quarter, walking the streets, seeing the architecture-like this place, trolley rides, the cemeteries, on and on...my memory of the trip is a pleasure. I was there 4-5 days before Mardi Gras, so evenings in the quarter were already crazy. I loved it too. The coast of Mississippi and Alabama were great too.
Interesting colors on this nice little house. Thanks.
So much fun, great colors.☺☺
I love the houses in New Orleans. It's only about 2.5 hours from Mobile. I just love New Orleans. Thanks, dendro. Nice puzzle. Sharon ;-D