The French Quarter in New Orleans has some of the most unique architecture that I’ve ever seen. Here are a few of my favorites:
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Many of my trips involve travel by airplane, and sometimes I have connecting flights. This leads to quite a bit of time spent in airport terminals. I know I should just go the gate and find a place to sit. But here’s what actually happens.
A walking tour through the French Quarter of New Orleans with a local guide sounded like a good way to see the area and hear interesting stories. Our group met in front of a café on Bourbon Street at 5 p.m. To say it was hot and humid was an understatement. However, I was ready for the heat because I had a personal fan, one with a battery. (I actually had a second fan to use as a back up in case the first one stopped working.) I also had a bottle of water that had been cold at one time but was now lukewarm.
When I was in New Orleans recently, I had many opportunities to observe the Mississippi River at different times of the day. It was interesting to watch all the activity on the river, as can be seen in these photos.