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S: New Orleans 2010

FC: BIG EASY TOUR June 2010 Debbie, Zoe, and Dan

1: New Orleans- founded in 1718- and named for Phillip II, Duke of Orleans, the Regent of France at the time. A city rich with history- of Pirates-Voodoo- and even Vampires! Famous for Great food and Music- Laissez les bon temps rouler! | Joan of Arc in the St. Louis Cathedral

2: The Mississippi River- and the Creole Queen | Dan, exiting Pirate Alley | Our very haunted hotel, which served as a hospital during the Civil War.

3: They call him "Touchdown Jesus"

4: There are a million ways to make money in New Orleans without... a Job.

5: Silver-Man and Transformer Man- regard one another. | Turns out this was a mannequin.. but the bucket was real. | I don't know what to say here....

6: Cafe du Monde est. 1862 Starting the day with Cafe au lait and beignets- | Where the magic happens...

8: Bourbon Street

10: Views of the city-

11: Jackson Square To the left, the Cabildo, where the Louisiana Purchase was signed December 20, 1803. To the right the Presbytere- which became a courthouse in 1834- and in the center- St. Louis Cathedral

12: St. Louis Cathedral 1718 Oldest Catholic Cathedral in continual use in the United States.

13: Named for Louis IX, sainted King of France.

17: Bread Pudding At the Red Fish Grill

18: The concert after... the Gay Pride Parade. | Big Daddy

19: The Spotted Cat Music Club- part of the music scene on Frenchman Street- | Debbie and her new friend.

20: The French Market est. 1791 | The oldest public market in the United States.

21: Architectural interest-

23: Jax Brewery

24: Napoleon House Originally this home was built for Napoleon- after he was rescued from exile in St. Helena. Sadly, he died just three days before his loyal followers- the Lafitte brothers among them- were able to rescue him. The muffalettas here are the best in town!

25: Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop 1772 -yes... Lafitte the pirate! It's now a bar- | This house was featured in "Interview with the Vampire"

26: City Sights | Birthplace of Truman Capote.

28: Dinner at Emeril's Delmonico in the Garden District

29: Riding the streetcar back from Emeril's

30: St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 1788

32: The Sicilian Memorial in St. Louis No. 1 This memorial was featured in the acid scene for Easy Rider...

34: Musicians Tomb

35: RIP Nicholas Cage EVENTUALLY! "OMNIA AB UNO" All From One

36: Dan knocks three times on the tomb of Marie Laveau (1794-1881), the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans

39: VOODOO!!!

40: Alligator Po'Boy- | Cajun Country- on the road to Mississippi-

44: It was a lovely, unforgettable trip. The company was wonderful-. We were there at a special time. The nation was watching New Orleans because of the big oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. While we were there, oil was still pouring into the Gulf . My favorite times were- riding the street car to the Garden District- goofing around in the pool at the hotel- the terrific walking tours-... and the incredible meals we shared. Dining at Emerils was amazing! What a grand city! Thank you so much for sharing it with me- | zoe

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