Tuesday, March 24, 2009

French Quarter, New Orleans

In addition to the black cultural tour of Taylor Park, we did take in some of the more traditional tourist spots of New Orleans, most notably: The French Quarter, with its wrought iron porches (some drapped with beads), resturaunts, and tourists shops.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The thing I remember most about the French Quarter were the wonderful oysters any way you wanted them, but especially raw. And there was a fancy lady who was swinging out from a second story window over the street, not to mention the terrific music. I loved it all.
Talked with Aunt Mary this a.m. and she's looking forward to our visit, as am I. Can't wait
Much love, Mom/El/Grandma