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Friday, April 16, 2010

French Quarter and Bourbon Street

I was having a grand time with my visit somewhere in Alabama last week. We do not stay for the whole day but, we just drive around the beach and eat. Anyway, for the rest of the week, here are the pictures taken at New Orleans, Louisiana specifically the French Quarter. The place is enchanting so; I will definitely go back again and again.Here is the market cafe', we have our dinner here. The food is good but Melissa said Crawfish Pie is really great. I did not took a bite but, if you run to this place, order that. Thanks to the waitress who suggested the food to her. This place is adjascent to the monument of Joan of Arc.
Here we are crossing the street towards French Quarter.
One of the street shows which is common in French Quarter. If you are sitted as an audience, you will see the Catholic Church at the front. See the huge green mascot at the left? Beside the guy who wore pink? He kept waving at me to come near him. I did not! I wanted to take a picture with him but, in French Quarter? There are crazy activities going on. There is a possibility that he will ask a donation once I took the picture. That happened to our companion LOL!

Signage for French Market, truly historic.

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