Exchange Place where Meredith and David used to live. It was the Tobacco Exchange where business was conducted and auctions took place.
Their former balcony and windows.
There is still a tobacco shop on Exchange Place.
See the camera? That can be accessed through a NOLA website so they would let me know when they were heading out, I would go on line and they would wave at me. I would wave back even though they couldn't see me.
Where but in New Orleans??
Brennan's just because I have heard of it all my life.
Filagree. In the Quarter, a "typical" corner.
Again for no reason but I have heard of it forever.
Street performer teaching a little tourist to strut.
Street band - one of many and they can all play amazing jazz!
New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians are African American and Afro Creole bands of mostly working-class men who use the European Carnival day or “Fat Tuesday” to express cultural continuity within black communities across the cityscape.
And just so you know as I write this there are 261 days, 11 hours and 35 minutes until Mardi Gras.
A cool refreshing air conditioned stop on the way home. I know I said I don't do the booze and my strawberry mojito had no alcohol or carbonation and was Wonderful, thanks to a very good bar tender. It was a lovely afternoon.