Although it rained every single day we were there, it did not stop us from going out and exploring the French Quarter. This being the final post on New Orleans, I leave you with some of it’s more famous landmarks. We often found solitude, in Jackson Square, as we sat and listened to the street musicians playing behind us. Jackson Square with it’s views of the glorious St. Louis Cathedral is truly picturesque. St Mary’s and the Ursulines Convent sits on quiet Chartres St. We stopped and had our beignets at Cafe du Monde, bought candied pralines from Aunt Sally’s, and visited the house where Faulkner wrote his first novel. We ate hot dogs and good ole southern food on Frenchman Street. I mean how could we not eat hot dogs from a place called Dat Dog, with Tina Belcher on their sign!? Overall, New Orleans and it’s people were friendly and so welcoming. I can’t wait to go back!