The French Quarter, also know as the Vieux Carré, is the oldest and most famous neighborhood in New Orleans. The Quarter, as it is commonly known, runs from the banks of the Mississippi River to Rampart Street and between Canal Street and ... 

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Inside the French Market

June 2014

Leah
USA

Some of the French Market's food shops and counters. The open-air pavilion is fun and colorful and is a great place to sample several traditional New Orleans dishes. We had gumbo, muffuletta and pralines.

French Quarter, New Orleans building, Bourbon Street

May 2011

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Restaurant in New Orleans' French Quarter with wrought iron balconies and gas style lamps, etc. on Bourbon Street

French Quarter balcony in New Orleans

May 2011

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French Quarter balcony in New Orleans

Typical street in the French Quarter

March 2015

This is near to the Ursuline Convent - it's typical of the quarter, except that Brad Pitt's house happens to be on this one!!

NJ/NOLA

November 2014

NJ in NOLA

Robin and Aretha

October 2014

Kind of blurry, but this was the end our our tour, we fed Aretha and she was as happy as we were!

Our New Orleans Segway Tour

September 2014

Segway photo in New Orleans

Pirate's Alley Cafe

September 2014

Absinthe at Pirate's Alley Cafe on the New Orleans Cocktail Walking Tour

Bourbon Street

September 2014

Jazz band marching down Bourbon Street

spooky shadows on the New Orleans Ghost and Spirits Walking Tour

July 2014

The New Orleans French Quarter is home to some of the most haunted buildings in the United States. Go on the New Orleans Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour and let your imagination run wild!

Gumbo

June 2014

Leah
USA

Bowl of gumbo from the French Market (the delicious Bloody Mary is also from the French Market, but not included)

French Market

June 2014

Leah
USA

The entrance to the French Market

Kitchen Witch bookstore

June 2014

Leah
USA

We stopped by this cute cookbook store on a quiet street. Our tour guide pointed out many cookbooks by famous New Orleans chefs.

Antoine's back dining room

June 2014

Leah
USA

We took a tour of Antoine's many dining rooms, including this room where the photos are hung of all the celebrities who have eaten there over the years.

Tour guide, Jack, telling it like it is!

May 2014

On the Haunted History Ghost Tour with Jack and friends on May 4, 2014.... Good times!

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