New Orleans

What can you say about New Orleans? You either love it or you don't. Bob does, Fran doesn't. It was a necessary stop; a good place to catch up on laundry, groceries, etc. 

The New Orleans Municipal Marina was our home for a week. The best things about this marina: it was cheap (.30/ft), close to restaurants & a marine supply store, clean laundry facilities. The worst things: it was a hot walk to the bus stop, there were no internet connections, and the men's restroom was often dirty. 

At the corner of Robert E. Lee & West End, you can catch the Number 41 bus to the French Quarter. Here you will find the  Bastille Computer Cafe at 605 Toulouse St. Also the many large hotels along this route will have phones with data ports. The closest library to the marina is on Harrison & Canal.

The grocery store (Robrts) on Robert E. Lee & West End delivered our grocery order for $10.00. Sure beat having to rent a car. They also carry a nice selection of wine, beer, and deli items.

The pictures below are from the one afternoon we spent walking around the French Quarter.
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St. Louis Cathedral

Street Entertainment

Great Balconies