I wanted to share a few more pictures from our time in New Orleans. From the ornate to the ordinary, it was a feast for our eyes. Of course, I had to start the day with delicious coffee and pastry. I personally love the picture of the mustachioed Mister (Happy Movember!) drinking his chickory coffee. He's so patient with my incessant picture taking. At least we share the same love for taking pictures of our feet in different places.
When the Mister has the rare occasion of getting his hands on the camera, he takes lovely shots. This is me on Frenchman Street, THE place to catch live music. You can hop from place to place along this street and catch band after great local band. I was heading to that antique shop across the way.
You know I had to snap a photo of this orange bike! It is my favorite color after all. And this turquoise? It was everywhere.
Whenever I think of New Orleans, I think of brick buildings with iron details like these. This was taken while wandering the backstreets of the French Quarter. There were beautiful tree-lined streets and historical homes.
It was perfect. I couldn't tell you the last time we had two whole days to wander with absolutely no agenda. I can't wait to do it again in another city. New York, is that you calling?