Gorgeous houses, free art in the park, celebration of life, more beignets, moss and oak trees galore.
City Park was another one of those happy accidents. You can spend the whole day there. The park has an Art Museum, gardens, amusement park, carousel, bikes, kayaks, and canoes for rent.
Giving you serious catalogue posing.
I think the oak tree is my new favorite tree. The sizes of them are ridiculous.
Sculpture Garden located outside of New Orleans Museum of Modern Art.
We stayed on St. Charles at Avenue Plaza and across from us was Eiffel Society. It used to be a restaurant on top of the Eiffel Tower but was taken down piece by pieced brought to New Orleans.
One of the best ways for sightseeing is riding the streetcars. I couldn’t stop taking pictures of all the houses. And trees!
While waiting for a streetcar, we got to see a Jazz Funeral.
Whether or not she asked for it, my sister became the official map guide. I am directionally challenged. I still get lost with the GPS.
Pigeons were all over the city and they eat well. And are completely unfazed by the people.
I hope to do another weekend in NOLA. I want to explore more of the Voodoo scene and check out more houses and cemeteries.