The French Quarter was eye catching from the shops, entertainment, Jackson Square and the beautiful Mississippi River as the back drop.
The French area is only for adults, with all the music, jazz, rock and roll you can imagine. Food and drinks can be a walk, but once a man likes it, it's hard to get home. But the police force is very strong, there is nothing to worry about, Bourbon Street is the main attraction.
It's a place for fun and fun. The day is quiet and peaceful, and the tourists are civilized and courteous. All kinds of French, Spanish-style small restaurant bar is particularly suitable for cultural people to make words and sentences, snacks, people can not catch sight of the big meal. The white and green roof is the famous French cafe. Their snack beignet is the must try project. When night falls, here is another stirring scene, upstairs and downstairs interactive game is unique in the world. The local people say - "What is Carnival? We have it everyday.
Founded in 1718, French Quarter is a rectangular area surrounded by Canal Street Esplanade Avenue Rampart Street on the Mississippi River. There are more than a dozen streets of delicate bars, restaurants, shops and streets in the area with colorful and distinctive diet that blends French, Spanish, Caribbean and Africa. Artists perform during the day, tourists like knitting and enjoying the "France" architecture with strong Spanish flavor. The bustling and unrestrained French area is more attractive when the lights are on.
New Orlean American French Community! Many French descendants cajuns! Trace back to the origin because of history! Louisiana was bought by the United States and originally belonged to Colony, a French colony of France! The history of the United States is actually a history of land acquisition, which has won over Britain, France, Spain and Mexico. There have been 50 states! Ah United states!
The French-speaking area of New Orleans is one of the most distinctive areas in New Orleans. It used to be a place where French people lived. The streets and buildings have French style, which makes people feel in France in the United States. However, from the point of view of the residents here, there are not many French descendants, and the whole region is full of commercial flavor, but there are few French goods.