Road trip Southeastern USA 2014 travel blog

Mighty Mississippi River

a new old style river boat





having a talk

bricks with names on them


not sure what's in here lmao

a walk down Bourdon Street






















Armstong Park






the Tomb of Marie Layeau the Voodoo Queen

this is the 2nd most visited grave in USA


Oldest cemetery in New Orleans













it's my ball



the French Market


a cup of gumbo








on the bridge crossing Lake Pont-chartrain 26 miles


heading into Mississippi

sunset in Mississippi

Up out for a walk about the French Quarters stopped at Arbys for some coffee and ham sandwich, walked along the river bank of the Mississippi back into the French Quarters, weather is a little unsettled, cloudy with some sudden rain showers. Walked through Bourdon Street some bars still open and a few people walking (staggering) around. Went to the oldest cemetery in New Orleans and to the 2nd most visited grave in the USA, the tomb of the famous Voodoo queen Marie Layeau, New Orleans is quite expensive, parking lots around the French Quarters run 22.00 dollars for 12 hours. I head out of New Orleans and cross the Bridge at Lake Pont-chartrain which is 28 miles long and head into Mississippi for the night.

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