9 Responses to “How about making New Orleans the new "Venice?"?”

  1. Justin says:

    That would be awesome!
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  2. Todd says:

    the problem with this is…Venice is pretty. Aside from the French Quarter…which isn’t flooded… New Orleans is U G L Y .
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  3. bmwgirl says:

    great idea
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  4. Sebastian says:

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  5. Earl says:

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  6. Donavan says:

    The same love of what they do on the programme is obvious in the book.

  7. tyratee says:

    Building a home in Cebu is still a big bargain. You could need to adjust for your way of life. With the reduced greenback to peso rate I think the OFW’s must tighten their belts just as much as the expats.

    Still, the Philippines is a rather good option and an inexpensive place to live if you can stick to a practical budget and have at least $5,000.00 for emergencies.

  8. Ellis Barber says:

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  9. Plato, again, compares the 3 elements of a man’s mind to the 3 divisions of his town.

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