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Friday, May 21, 2010

Visit to French Quarter

Our friends wanted to visit us here in Mississippi so, they were able to booked themselves in HARDROCK BILOXI for a really unbelievable price. Hardrock Hotel and Casino is one of my favorite hotels here in Biloxi, Mississippi. Anyway, three of our friends came and after seeing our place, we decided to show them French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is just less than two hours drive from Biloxi. I have been to French Quarter many times and I always have the excitement in every visit that we have.

French Quarter is known to be the oldest and famous place in New Orleans. You can obviously see the structural buildings are old and all these historic buildings are protected by law and cannot be demolished . The whole place is considered as a National Historic Landmark.Wherever you roam around French Quarter, street shows like this one is everywhere. Just prepare your dollar bills though because everytime, street performers will really asked you to donate.
If you wanted to have your picture taken with a mime, make sure you give a donation too. Even when someone on the street holding a cute sign, and you wanted to have your picture taken with it, donation is really a thing in French Quarter. To be safe, prepare plenty of your dollar bills.

A welcome sign going to French Market. Make sure that your car is park in a safe place. Do not leave any valuable things which is visible. Visit this place and Have fun!

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