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35 Shades Of The Rainbow In One Pretty City
When you walk the streets of New Orleans, you might as well be walking on sunshine. Take this virtual tour past the fancy facades of treasured neighborhoods like the Bywater and the Garden District, then Follow Your NOLA to bop amongst these bright beauties for yourself!
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New Orleans Shotgun House
Simply Chic. This cottage has lots of character and is heavy on the charm! Features include: high ceilings, gorgeous wooden floors, a free standing bricked fireplace, exposed barge board walls, bea…
Japan's Shotgun Houses
In America, they have what is termed as a "Shotgun House." In Japan we have something quite similar. A shotgun house is a house that is small and rectangular and has no hallways and usually three rooms. Since the house has no hallways and the doors are always on the same side, it is said that one could fire a shotgun through the front door and the shot would fly cleanly out the back door. Wikipedia states: The shotgun house is a narrow rectangular domestic residence, usually no more than 12…
Take a Virtual Stroll Through 5 Beautiful New Orleans Homes
There is no American city quite like New Orleans: it’s a little Spanish, a little French, but mostly uniquely the thing that it is. Call it a je ne sais quoi. I highly recommend a visit, but if a trip to the Big Easy isn’t in the cards for you right now, there is still a way you can enjoy its unique architecture and laid-back vibe—through these tours of five of NOLA’s most beautiful homes.