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Louisiana Travel Guide: 6,248 reviews and 11,973 photos
Touching down at Louis Armstrong Airport at New Orleans over surrounding water attractions.
The fountain at the Cornstalk Hotel trickling water in the midday heat.
Musicians add to the night time flair in front of the Royal House Oyster Bar.
Musicians pump out the tunes in front of the St Louis Cathedral.
The Algiers ferry crosses the Mississippi while the Natchez steamboat passes by - from the Moon Landrieu Riverwalk.
You can see the swamp from a kayak or - more popularly - an airboat. The latter are much faster and much louder. Here is a little of the noise.
Taking a Swamp Tour is one of those things tourists gotta do. There are swaps all around the city but most tours are to the southwest in the area around Jean Lafitte just outside the National Park site where you can only go in non-motorized craft.
POPPA WAS A ROLLING STONE
We headed for the French Quarter in New Orleans, and we were so sad to see it felt nothing more than a sleazy gaggle of strip bars and clubs, with none of the sparkle we were expecting.
We had a great time in Louisiana, so much to see and do in such a huge place. Great
With Spanish Moss hanging from the trees, and stunning old homes and buildings, this is a lovely place to spend a few days.
great band in the Mansion NOLA
The Mississippi River near the French Quarter
Sorry about the wobblies, but I thought you'd like to see how the river relates to Oak Alley.
A bald cypress swamp
Looking at the St Louis Cathedral and Buggy Rides
Try some world famous beignets
We took the swamp tour and was given a short tour thru the devastation on the way north to the swamp.
Although it was a little cold, we did enjoy this street performance.
Cajun Country - Out in the Swamps
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