The iconic New Orleans street car.
Looking down the aisle inside St Louis Cathedral.
A close up.
Two panoramic views from Chartres St outside Jackson Square.
Watching street entertainers on Decatur St close to Jackson Square.
Sculpture Garden at City Park.
View from the circular pergola on the Eastern shore of City Park’s “Big Lake”.
Somewhere in the French Quarter.
This sign displays the 18th century street name but more importantly our walking tour guide pointed out the rounded bricks. Not original, supposedly the rounding occurred after centuries of drunks scraping the corner of the pub.
Café du Monde. Probably the most famous café in New Orleans.
I have no idea what this is. Impressive, scary, weird and certainly intimidating.
Photos of the Laura Plantation house.
A former slave house on the Laura Plantation.
The legendary Camellia Grill.
My serving of eggs, hash browns, bacon and finishing with their famous grill heated pecan pie.
A row of trees in Audubon Park adorned with Spanish moss.
A panoramic view of Loyola University.
An Enigma machine at the National WWII museum.
A C-47 at the National WWII museum.