Other than Hawaii, New Orleans (NOLA) is by far my favourite place in the US. Bourbon Street, NOLA is full of life, culture, fun, and laid-back people. Stay around Bourbon St and the French Quarters late at night as it's safer and where most people are. There are heaps of interesting themed bars and awesome restaurants. A great place to visit and much cheaper than going to say Las Vegas without the gambling. Highly recommend!
In the evening, the bar street is lively and dizzy, crowded, and the music makes earaches. People use alcohol, music and dance to vent their emotions here. I admire the management of this city. Out of this street, the surrounding environment immediately returned to normal. In the morning, I walked there again, quiet streets, still sleeping. I especially like the architectural style here.
Bourbon Street, the most famous street in the French District of New Orleans, begins at Canal Street and ends at Pauger Street, a bar street parallel to the Mississippi River. It is named after all kinds of strip bars, homosexual bars and jazz restaurants on Bourbon Street, which ruled France when the city was founded. Beautiful nights attract thousands of tourists to Mardi Gras every year at the end of February.
Bourbon Street is a very old and beautiful old street in New Orleans. It's really beautiful. Bourbon Street is very busy every day. There are a lot of tourists coming every day. There are many places selling small things on the old street. It's really worth coming.
Bourbon Street is one of the most famous streets in New Orleans French Community. The buildings here are older and have French style. Now there are many bars here, and the evening is very busy. Some people who drink too much wine distribute beaded necklaces to passers-by, which I dare not accept. It's quiet in the daytime. Although there are more tourists, everyone takes photos while looking, which is relatively safer.
This is a bar street, Yongkang Road is not as long as it, Houhai is not as straight as it, Nanluogu Lane is not as wide as it, but the three together are not as exaggerated and lively as it. A man lifted a skeleton cup and shook it in front of me. I looked at him intently, and he was about to lift it to my face. I couldn't help but raise the corner of my mouth. The woman behind him quickly pulled him away.
There are many people in the bar and food street in the evening. It's worth seeing.
Come to New Orleans. After dinner, have a few drinks, listen to jazz, see. You understand.