this photo doesn’t really show the grandioseness of the river, but this is supposedly the widest part of the mississippi river!
St. Louis Cathedral, one of the oldest cathedrals in the states.
sigh, good ol’ pralines
the small streets, spanish iron work, and overall european architecture/feel of the french quarter was unforgettable and beautiful. it makes me want to cry when i look at concrete buildings elsewhere in the states.
apart from the booze, boobs, and bourbon street, there’s something very charming and romantic about the city. maybe it’s the multicultural-ness?
and the beads begin to fall from the sky
essentials for mardi gras… in case you can’t tell what the peach colored thing hanging in the first photo is, it’s free underwear if you can get to it
what are you?
beers and amurica. what more can you want?
the last day of our stay in new orleans, we got lucky with beautiful skies! the day prior, it was rainy, cold, and miserable, especially for the people in the floats.
in good company