Today is Canal Bourbon & Royal street photos.
The photos start off with a bit of entering La. The first bridge we encountered was amazing. If they had snow no one would make it up this bridge. Most of the drive was on raised bridges with water below. When we entered New Orleans We had our first glimpse of the Oceans coming into a bay or lake. They had the biggest bridge I have ever seen. I will show photos of the bridge in another post. We stayed 2 nights. here. The Canal street motel was only $35.00 a night with free parking. It was bargain #1. Hotel ratings was a 2. But for the price I did not care. Our room was clean. Our first morning we woke up to the elevator broke. We had to walk up and down 4 flights of steps 2 times. But I was so thankful I did it. And survived with no pain. When we came back from the swamp tour that night the elevator was fixed. So all was well. We had breakfast at a wonderful pancake house down the street. We were going to ride the tram but it was not feasible. It required more walking than my sister in law could do. So we did not do any of the haunted tours. Or walk any of the streets. Bourbon and Royal was amazing. Every thing was so close and tall. Parking was an issue. So we just drove around.
Taking photo's was hard too. You were so close to the buildings. All I could do is street views. But LaLaurie Mansion I got out of the car to get better shots. This home is Owned and for sale by Nicolas Cage. The home has a very bad past and is said to have hundreds of tortured souls haunting it.