New Orleans in the details

I visited New Orleans for the first time this past weekend, and I was really inspired by the deep seeded roots and history of the city. The music, food, and people all come together to make a really unique and diverse city experience. I really do think that it is the small details that make a place feel special and create a memorable experience. Here are some of my favorite details that I was able to capture over the long weekend. What do you love about New Orleans?

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Lobby of the Omni Royal Orleans
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Fresh flowers on the concierge desk
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St. Louis Cathedral
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Inside the St. Louis Cathedral
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National WWII Museum
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Midway Mule at The American Sector at the National WWII Museum
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Al the baby alligator, pet of our Airboat captain [photo cred: my BF Jesse]
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Honey Island Swamp in Lafitte, LA
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Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce – Antoine’s
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Chandelier in one of the many dining rooms at Antoine’s
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Acme Oyster House
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