Henry Howard House
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... wall and ceiling frescoes and lovely stained glass windows. Named after King Louis IX, King of France. Either side are two museum buildings, the Presbetere and the Cabildo
Then a hour-long guided walking tour of the French Quarter, with lots of great history. We were advised which side of the road to walk at night so you do not get held up and robbed at gunpoint!(we just might not be there anyway!)
Reversed the tram and bus trip and arrived safe at ...
... which was a huge French market selling everything from fruit and veg's to jigsaw puzzles and toys. As most people who know Mike it was a very quick look as shopping was involved, in fact it was more like a gallop, we then meandered through the many streets.
We had been told to look for Bourbon Street, this was apparently the street to be in and that statement wasn't wrong. It was amazing, packed with people and ...
So our last day in NewOrleans the 19th so we decided to start the day off with breakfast at the French market cafe as we had been finding it hard to find breakfast places that sever normal food, this place is about 7 dollars a meal so can't complain, I had Greek yogurt and Jake had bacon eggs and pancakes. Feeling nice and full we decided to hop on Cash one of the mules doing carriage tours and do the hour tour around the French quarter and back to ...
... Sandra bullock.
The highlight of our three days in N.O was undoubtedly seeing some jazz music up in Frenchman st (travel tip go there for jazz rather than Bourbon st). We watched three acts play including a couple of funky four piece bands which were decidedly new age funk/jazz. Lastly we saw what you would describe as a typical Dixieland jazz band who were also very good. Surprisingly the majority of the musicians where ...
... the area performed ceremonial dancers and then later the enslaved Africans used it on Sundays to play music, dance and enjoy themselves. The park has lovely roses everywhere and several Magnolia trees but the flowering was over which was a pity. It was extremely humid as well but you do get used to it. Mid-afternoon we walked down to the Riverfront for our Natchez Dinner Cruise. We left early and walked to ...