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Silent Sunday: Artistic facade in Venice Beach, California

Artistic facade in Venice Beach, California, USA

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Laura Plantation – Portrait of a Creole family

By Alexandra Redisch in Vacherie, Louisiana At the earnest insistence of my three children, Lollie, Daisie and Charlie Jr., I write the memories of my childhood days on the old plantation in Louisiana for them. I have concluded to do so, before my memory begins to fail me, for I realise that I am the […]

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Silent Sunday: The swamp landscape at Cape Fear, North Carolina

The swamp landscape at Cape Fear, North Carolina

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The Saint: a funky sleep in New Orleans

Is there a city in the USA more fitted to play naughty or nice than New Orleans? I don’t think so. And The Saint plays that particular game very well indeed. Located on Canal Street, The Saint is just a stone’s throw away from the delightful French Quarter, without the disadvantages (read: noise) of actually […]

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Texas mirrors

This week’s #frifotos* theme is mirrors – and these huge Texas-size mirrors immediately popped to my mind. Not only are they Texas-size, they are actually Texas mirrors. The first skyscraper in Dallas was constructed in 1909. I took this photo a million years ago when I was in town for a football game (which, I’m […]

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Washington DC by Instagram

As I write this, I’m sat on a huge bed in a huge bedroom in a huge hotel suite in Georgetown. I even have a fully equipped kitchen, (not that I need it, I’ve yet to switch on the kitchen light) and two huge TVs. But that’s as it should be, I suppose. Everything is […]

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A taste of New Orleans

During our recent visit in the Crescent City, we were given ample opportunity to taste New Orleans. Here are our favourite cafes and restaurants in town.

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