Photos ~ Cafe du Monde, Waterfront, Streetcar, Tulane Campus, and Mother's


Morning sunshine into our hotel room

View from the St. Ann hotel in New Orleans overlooking it's outdoor garden and pool

Charming pedestrian mall in New Orleans

And that's pronounced FEE-lay

Didn't buy it but what a great shirt that is!

St. Louis cathedral in New Orleans

Sign after sign lines each Frech Quarter sidewalk

The world famous Cafe du Monde in New Orleans

Inside New Orleans' Cafe du Monde

Some musicians just outside New Orleans' Cafe du Monde

Cafe du Monde beignets

Cafe du Monde beignets and cafe au lait

Powdered sugar everywhere!

Somehow, this looks familiar

Cafe du Monde beignet and cafe au lait aftermath

Making and cooling some pralines

Entrance to New Orleans' French Market

Inside New Orleans' French Market

The beginnings of local Mardis Gras decorations in New Orleans

New Orleans' Preservation Hall sign

Preservation Hall, New Orleans

Line of red lights along Canal Street in New Orleans

The mighty Mississippi running through New Orleans

Ferry on the Mississippi in New Orleans

The Natchez paddle wheeler docked on the Mississippi in New Orleans

Ferry belching dark smoke

New Orleans waterfront streetcar

Great claw foot lamp pedestal

Crab claws bordelaise, Palace Cafe, New Orleans

Chicken file gumbo, Palace Cafe, New Orleans

Inside New Orleans streetcar

New Orleans streetcar interior lighting

Liberal use of the New Orleans streetcar tracks along St. Charles Ave.

New Orleans streetcar stop on St. Charles Ave. in the garden district

Libby and the Tulane University sign

Mardi Gras beads adorn a tree in the middle of the Tulane campus in New Orleans

Smooching shadows

Mother's sign, New Orleans

Bloody Mary, Mother's, New Orleans

Fried chicken po-boy, Mother's, New Orleans

My oyster po-boy, Mother's, New Orleans

Aftermath from my po-boy, the bloody Mary, a gumbo, and an etouffee

A piece of raspberry king cake

posted Jan 18, 2010 under cafe du monde, mother's, new orleans, streetcar, tulane, vacation, waterfront  


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