New Orleans Journals

French Quarter in the Fall.

A November 1999 trip to New Orleans by DiamondRain

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Quote: New Orleans in November was a nice and easy vacation full of Southern hospitality and charm. The weather was moderate, with temperatures in the 60s and 70s, and the scenery was unbelievable.

French Quarter

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Attraction | "Cafe Du Monde and the French Quarter"

French Quarter Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
The French Quarter New Orleans is a beautiful district that is a blend of history, culture, superstition, and modern convention. The multi-level abodes, which date back to the 1700s, are predominately Spanish structures with a bit of French influence. They create an air of old-world charm amidst the host of actors, dancers, singers, jugglers, musicians, artists, and performers of all types sharing their arts with the passersby. The warm breeze and bohemian mood surround tourists, enveloping them in the merriment and embracing them into the heart of the Vieux Carré. Shops offering souvenirs, masks, dolls, clothing, food, drink, and every other imaginable desire can be found down one long avenue or anot...Read More

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French Quarter

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