Most people that visit New Orleans usually get stuck in the French Quarter because there are so many things to see and do there. They can book a tour to learn about historic places, visit parks and museums, shop at the French Market, boutiques, and gift shops, or take a break at one of the several bars or restaurants where they can enjoy Louisiana’s famous food and live music. On the other hand, if they don’t mind taking a ten-minute trip with the ferry across the Mississippi River from Canal Street to Algiers Point, they can get away from the intense city life and experience some quiet small town atmosphere. (more…)
This is my first post about doors. The ones I found are from my first trip to New Orleans in the little time I had available to visit.
One day before I left New Orleans, I had decided to drive around and take pictures of some beautiful historic homes. At one point, my camera got stuck. While I was trying to adjust it, a man came over to me.
There has been a lot of writing done about the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana, that I don’t think there would be anything else new that I could add. The French Quarter is a prime tourist destination in the city. People that go on tours there receive pretty much the same kind of information. Those that are completely unfamiliar with the place should learn that the French Quarter is also known as