You can’t tell from this picture, but with the heavy fog, the city in the background had a real
You’ve got to have a heck of street for a voodoo shop to be the most family friendly thing on the street. You’re not allowed to take pictures inside but I caught one passing by.
But there’s a pirate store too.
The back of the St. Louis Cathedral at night. Only in comic books and
I thought this was pretty cool, up until I actually came right up to it, I was sure it was a real life statue outside the building. It’s a painting.
Even the Hard Rock Café was kind of freaky. You’ve got stuff like this.
And in the front doorway.
I wanted to check out the neighborhoods hit hardest by the hurricanes, and they were kind of scary too, for different reasons. Some neighborhoods were nearly ghost towns. Lots of still abandoned houses.
And lots of just completely demolished lots which nothing remaining but uncut grass.
Another weird part was that, in the middle of the day, there were tons of people just sitting on their front porch. Some were talking to others, many were just sitting. It was as if they were all waiting for something.
It would appear that some people are taking the sign seriously though.
In stark contrast, I stopped by some of the old plantations on my way out.
The oak tree corridor was pretty cool. It’s hard to capture the feel of this lane on camera.