New Orleans – Jazz, Rum, Cajun and Creole

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Category: USA / Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA / Date: 13 Jun-2014
  • Magazine Street
    A rather house along Magazine Street
  • Magazine Street
    Magazine Street, New Orleans
  • Magazine Street
    Drinking along Magazine Street
  • Magazine Street
    Eating along Magazine Street
  • Lafayette Cemetary No.1
    Lafayette Cemetary No.1, New Orleans
  • Lafayette Cemetary No.1
    Lafayette Cemetary No.1, the first graveyard in New Orleans
  • Lafayette Cemetary No.1
    Lafayette Cemetary No.1, rows of tombs surround the cemetary
  • Buskers outside St. Louis
    Buskers outside St. Louis Cathedral, French Quarter
  • French Market
    The French Market, New Orleans
  • French Market
    So much hot-sauce, French Market
  • French Market
    Kirsty getting her crab-cakes in the French Market
  • Creole House
    A Creole House (middle one) in the French Quarter
  • Creole House
    A classic Creole House, note the curved windows
  • Mississippi
    View of the muddy Mississippi from the banks of New Orleans
  • Natchez Steamer Pipeorgan
    Playing a pipeorgan powered by a steamboat - the Natchez
  • Rebirth
    Brass band jazz - Rebirth at the Maple Leaf
  • Louis Armstrong Park
    Louis Armstrong Park
  • Louis Armstrong Park
    One of the many jazz-themes statues in Louis Armstrong Park
  • Parkway Bakery
    Parkway Bakery - the best Po-Boy in New Orleans
  • Parkway Bakery
    The old menu at the Parkway Bakery, best Po-Boys in town
  • Pirate Alley Cafe
    A pre-show rum-based cocktail at the Pirate Alley Cafe
  • Preservation Hall
    Preservation Hall, New Orleans
  • Preservation Hall
    Queueing for tickets outside Preservation Hall
  • Preservation Hall
    Where the magic happens in Preservation Hall, photos of the band are strictly prohibited
  • Preservation Hall
    Preservation Hall, French Quarter
  • St. Louis Cathedral
    St. Louis Cathedral
  • Old New Orleans Rum Distillery
    The Old New Orleans Rum Distillery
  • Canal Street Tram
    The Canal Street tram, our mode of transport in New Orleans
  • Bourbon Street
    Bourbon Street on a Wednesday night
  • Bourbon Street
    Some fancy bikes posing along Bourbon Street

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