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Favorite vacation:
Hawaii
Favorite food:
Thai or Italian
Favorite festival/Event:
Christmas in the Oaks at City Park
Favorite movie:
The Titanic
Favorite useful website:
Google
Fun fact:
I really like writing poetry
First job:
Sales Associate at Plato's Closet
Favorite word/Expression you use the most:
"Bomb" - that pasta was bomb
Proudest/most embarrassing moment:
I was proudest when I got accepted into LSU
Favorite sound:
Water flowing in rivers or waterfalls
Most extravagant thing you'd like to buy:
A 100% sustainable and recycled house that runs on well water and solar panels but is also beautiful and modern. I want it to have lots of gardens and greenery as well.

My Favorite Nature Trails/Areas in New Orleans

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My Favorite Nature Trails/Areas in New Orleans

Being a huge nature lover, I am always looking for the perfect spots to reconnect with my nature side and explore the outdoors. Surprisingly, New Orleans offers many areas to do just this without having to spend hours driving in your car. So if you’re in need of outdoor activity between parades, king cakes, crawfish boils, snowballs, festivals and football, below are a few of my favorite places that I highly recommend.

Couturie Forest in City Park – multiple trails to enjoy here

The Fly at Audubon Park – overlooks the Mississippi River, located behind the zoo

Audubon Park Trail – circles around Audubon Park

Lakefront Route along the outskirts of Lake Pontchartrain – beautiful, especially during sunsets

Audubon Louisiana Nature Center – just recently opened since Hurricane Katrina

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve – farthest away, but worth the drive

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