This was my first time visiting New Orleans, and despite how expectedly crowded it was I absolutely enjoyed every minute that I was there and am already counting down the days until I go back. I was in Nola for a day and a half, so I didn't get to adventure out too much, but I managed to experience the French quarter, Bourbon street, the Audobon aquarium and the garden district.
One of my favorite things about visiting new places is getting to enjoy the delicious food and drinks. Here are some delicious and aesthetically pleasing dipped apples.
My other favorite thing about visiting new places is getting to enjoy the architecture. Each building, although connected to one another, contained such intricate design in the railings, walls, floors, etc.
This bar is one of the oldest bars in the United States, dating back to the 1800's.
It's the little things like a 200 year old bar in a still flourishing city.
The above images were taken in the Garden district at a bakery called La Broulingerie. The chocolate croissants have become a must-get on the way back home from Nola.