In fact, the most important thing about New Orleans should be its history. In history, it is an important inland port of the United States and naturally has its important historical role. Its most lively place is also the French Quarter near the port. As a first-time visitor, the port must be visited.
The Port of New Orleans is a port on the Mississippi River and a larger inland port in the southern United States. There are many ships going in and out of this port, which seems very busy. There is a viewing platform next to the port where you can watch the view of the port. At the same time, it is also a place where many street performers gather, and you can see their various performances here. There are also the remains of the "New Orleans" steamship, you can take a look at the introduction to understand the history.
The alluvial plain of the Mississippi River is very low-lying, and it is not easy for this port to maintain the water depth.
Day8: I visited a pepper farm on the way to New Orleans. Tabasco is a famous brand in the global chain. The small manor is full of chili juice. The buildings are all red. There are many different types of chili. You can taste pepper green and sweet chili. Spicy tears fall down, and each has the corresponding spiciness. There is a garden nearby with crocodiles, and the small shop also has a lot of specimens of aquatic animals. I ate the subway at noon and suddenly felt that the pizza was delicious too. I wanted to add tomato sauce. The waiter was surprised, hehe, maybe they didn't add sauce. Continue on the road, to the French quarter of Louisiana, French quarter, French market all kinds of gadgets, Christmas, Halloween, witches, skeletons, crosses, and some antiques. Moon walk embankment, adjacent to the Gulf of Mexico, you can see bridges and high-rise buildings in the city. There is a cathedral in Jackson square. There are many witches in front of the stalls.
A very busy harbour, with a lot of ships coming and going every day.
Preston_Dominguez: 1350 Port of New Orleans Pl, New Orleans
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Tucurui Lake,Warehouse District,Jackson Square,French Quarter,Bourbon Street