So here is the last post on New Orleans. It's about time I wrapped this one up because this trip was from November 23, 2012 to December 3, 2012.
To close the New Orleans documentation I present to you St. Louis Cathedral (Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, King of France). For the skinny on the cathedral click here for the wiki article and here for the official website.
We visited the cathedral twice. The first time was on the day we were to sail the Caribbean. And the second upon our return from the cruise on the eve of our departure from New Orleans.
St. Louis Cathedral is located across from Jackson Square, sandwiched by two historic buildings and steps from its entrance is a pedestrian only promenade where palm-readers and fortune tellers set up shop, while local artists showcase their products for sale.
Jackson statue and cathedral.
Hubby shot this with me in the picture.
Museum next to the cathedral.
Nearly empty pedestrian mall on early Sunday a.m.
Art on the street.
John Paul II Plaza marker.
On the first day, there was an on-going mass so we didn't get to photograph the interiors, but we did on the second visit.
Light a candle for peace.
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