New Orleans French Quarter Part II

The Big Easy was a photographers dream! From the people, the architecture, the energy, and the colors, everywhere you looked there was something new to capture. I am bringing you the last set of images from The French Quarter! How cute is Cafe Beignet or the pink and green outside Brennan’s? I hope you enjoy a quick stroll through the French Quarter! Stay tuned for Nola quick city guide: 72 Hours in New Orleans! 

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  1. Mary planning a leisurely driving vacation in early May to NOLA and then on to Destin or close-by. If you had a choice between Monteleon or Windsor Court, which would be your hotel of choice? Thank you.

    1. Oh good question – Are you looking for more of a fun atmosphere or classic?
      Monteleon would be a great choice if you want to experience nola and be a close walking distance to everything! The carousel bar there is amazing!!!!

      Windsor court is really nice, more quiet and old school. It is a bit off the beaten path but still walking distance to everything! If you want quiet and relaxing then this might be better. It will probably be an older crowd too! They have high tea which you could reserve (not very nola) where the women wear hats!

      Overall, I might recommend Monteleon if you’re only there for a quick amount of time! 🙂

      I hope this helps!!! xx

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