An attractive and colorful courtyard leading the way to this visitor center which features extensive exhibits of the history and conflict that surrounded the founding and shaping of present-day New Orleans and the French Quarter.
Mime is an art in itself and plentiful in the streets of the French Quarter.
Art or Music, one finds that everywhere in the French Quarter.
Music is in the blood of the New Orleans poeple and age has no limit as evidenced by this photo.
This duo filled our spirit with a touch of classical composition. The crowd cheered them loudly.
Music is alive day and night and passersby take pleasure in listening to the variety of sound offered by these virtuosos.
Balconies and Galleries are big. A second floor balcony is among the most desirable feature of a French Quarter second home and can easily add 20-40k to the value of the unit.
This is a typical version of houses in the French Quarter, where the wrought-iron is a common way to decorate the balcony. The area is full of those historical homes and the importance of the balcony to the street gives a better view of the scenery and is also considered as a plus and more value to the property.