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Frenchmen Street New Orleans
A bit further from the heart of French Quarter but you can go there by foot, Riverside streetcar (and enjoy the nice views along the way) or by taxi.
... plus a few Jazz clubs just on the edge of the French Quarter in the Faubourg Marigny (that's French for Marigny Neighborhood -- named for Bernard Marigny, who's plantation was on that site over 200 years ago.
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Jackson Square New Orleans
Just a short walk from Bourbon Street, you can learn some history, behold the beautiful and breathtaking sights of The Cathedral, take a walk or relax in the Plaza, and stroll to little shops or eateries.
Views of the Mississippi River, the Moon Walk, Andrew Jackson on horseback statue, old cannons, fountains, hundred year old trees, and of course the beautiful gem that is the St. Louis Cathedral.
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French Quarter New Orleans
We thoroughly enjoyed strolling the French Quarter and taking in the sights and sounds: the Spanish-style architecture, music by street musicians, the market, shops, cafes, excellent restaurants, Cathedral and fam...
Street vendors, artist, horse & carriages, restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, markets, adult entertainment venues (if you know what I mean), amazing landmarks and the most superb picturesque views...take it all in.
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Every seat offers a great view, the champions area out front is great and the concessions & amenties are as good as any.
Great views from most seats and a beautiful facility.
LSU Tiger Stadium Baton Rouge
However, if you're wanting more of a subdued experience, seats in the South End Zone Expansion tower way above the crowd and allow a great view of the field; those seats also look out over the Mississippi River Br...
If you are in town for a LSU college football game you must take the time to walk around and see the sights.
If staying at The Roosevelt, enjoy an amazing view of the Immaculate Conception Church.
While St. Louis Cathedral seems to receive most of the notices on travel sites as a result of its location on Jackson Square, Immaculate Conception is by far the more imposing structure.
Outstanding tour of a remarkable historic landmark
This was a highly educational opportunity and the history was presented in a way that recognized the awful sacrifices of the slaves and provided a very respectful view into that history.
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The scenic view of the historic lake complimented the excellent meals we each had.Choices included Creole,Cajun,Seafood & Italian selections done to perfection.
The next morning, we enjoyed a tour of Joe Jefferson's house and a fascinating movie about the history of the site.
Hermann-Grima House New Orleans
Well preserved and exceptionally beautiful, the Hermann-Grima house provides an incredible view of nineteenth century French Quarter living.
It's sister site, the Gallier House, are must-sees for anyone who is interested in what it was like to live in the Quarter in days gone by.
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St. Louis Cathedral New Orleans
Built in the 1700's the Cathedral is the heart of the city in the French Quarter next to Jackson Square, site seeing or worship, there are still daily masses and tons of history with information about early New Or...
Stop by for mass or light a candle and visit view the Gorgeous surrounding, Historic, Amazing, and Peaceful within a party city
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