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... to the Garden District, and along the Mississippi River.
The architecture in New Orleans is stunning. Streets lined with two, three story apartments with balconies covered in greenery and flowers, and supported by beautifully designed cast-iron that creates artwork on the outsides of these buildings.
Interesting shops that specialise in witch craft and voodoo, Mardi gras costumes and pralines. One such shop 'Laura's' is New Orleans ...
... home-cooked American pancakes. They didn't look perfect, but tasted pretty good for a first attempt.
We took the street-car to the French Quarter. The street cars are pretty cool in all aspects but temperature and were a great way to get into the main part of the city. We spent the next few hours wondering around the French Quarter including Bourbon Street...We were actually dissappointed with Bourbon Street. It has become ...
... temperature is around 33 already and the humidity is really high.
We were taken around some of the places that had been devastated by Hurricane Katrina. A lot of the city has been re-built and all the locals say that its one of the best things that could have happened in the long run as it is now a much nicer place.
This is one of the lovely houses that survived.
... As we walked around with our matching flannos and cowboy hats we must of looked like knobs to the locals, but that was part of the fun. Everyone agreed that we could of spent more time there!
Welcome to the Big Easy!
Matt and Nicci went off to do a Cemetery and Voodoo tour while we waited with Mike and Nicole to get into our room. We got in about 1.30 - our room choice was 'run of the house' so basically whatever was available at the ...