New Orleans, Louisiana

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Frenchmen Art Market, New Orleans, LouisianaFrenchmen Art MarketNew Orleans, LouisianaChalk art, not sure the meaning but it is very vibrant and interesting.Cafe Du Monde, New Orleans, LouisianaCafe Du MondeNew Orleans, LouisianaEven standing in line has its beautiful advantages.St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans, LouisianaSt. Louis CathedralNew Orleans, LouisianaSt. Louis Cathedral My favorite spot in New Orleans had to be the beautiful Jackson Square; full of life, music, art, and culture. Then again, what...Mississippi River, New Orleans, LouisianaMississippi RiverNew Orleans, LouisianaLocated right across from Jackson Square and adjacent from the famous, Cafe Du Monde, lies the the Mississippi River herself. Grab your beignets...Steamboat Natchez, New Orleans, LouisianaSteamboat NatchezNew Orleans, LouisianaThe Natchez is the only steamboat in New Orleans. They have both dinner and daytime jazz cruises. Make sure to book in advance. Although we didn't...Jackson Square, New Orleans, LouisianaJackson SquareNew Orleans, LouisianaUnique and tasteful art findings located within Jackson Square.Louisiana Supreme Court Clerk, New Orleans, LouisianaLouisiana Supreme Court ClerkNew Orleans, LouisianaThe Louisiana supreme courthouse is a beautiful building composed of marble.Frenchmen Art Market, New Orleans, LouisianaFrenchmen Art MarketNew Orleans, LouisianaThe Frenchman Art market is a quaint little market where locals gather to sell their intricate work. From paintings, to jewelry to t-shirts and...Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans, LouisianaLafayette Cemetery No. 1New Orleans, LouisianaJust a block after exiting the St. Charles Street Car, we stumbled right into the Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. This peaceful cemetery adorned with...Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans, LouisianaLafayette Cemetery No. 1New Orleans, LouisianaThey don't bury their dead in New Orleans. Instead, they place them in tombs.Coquette, New Orleans, LouisianaCoquetteNew Orleans, LouisianaCoquette is a charming two story, yet slightly upscale restaurant located in the Garden District of New Orleans. The menu changes daily featuring...Gumbo Pot, New Orleans, LouisianaGumbo PotNew Orleans, LouisianaHands down one of the best desserts I've ever had! Bread Pudding is a local dessert of New Orleans and the Gumbo Pot sure makes it good.Tropical Isle Original, New Orleans, LouisianaTropical Isle OriginalNew Orleans, LouisianaA trip to NOLA is never complete without a night out on Bourbon St.! Tropical Isle is the home of the Hand Grande (and named for good reason). This...
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