|2216 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, LA|
I probably wouldn't have noticed myself today, but someone was taking a picture of the balcony next door. Plenty of people take pictures of our inn, and the houses on either side of us likewise have their admirers. All three were built at the same time. They are sisters.
|A photogenic manor|
It turns out he changed the flags today:
|The house with the flags|
Our neighbors are the nicest people you'll ever meet. They sometimes help out when we are short handed. Our guests who have met them find them friendly and helpful. They know more about New Orleans than we do. When we have a question, we ask them.
The vexillologist found out that one of our neighbors on the other side was born in Connecticut. He has a soft spot for the Connecticut flag, so he asked if could hang a Connecticut flag at 2222 Esplanade Avenue. The house's owner agreed.
|The Nutmeg State flag|
I'm from Connecticut, and I have to agree.
So, we have nice photos of 2216 Esplanade Avenue today and one of 2212. Howzabout about one of 2222:
|An Italianate beauty|
Qui transtulit sustinet.
A votre sante.