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New Orleans -The Photos

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street sign in the wall of the Lafitte Blacksmith shop
One of the more famous street signs in the world. Just to prove that the Desk CAN take touristy type pictures!


Theater on Rampart St that is being restored instead of being torn down
You've got to love the proclamation on the fašade.


A building closer to the River being restored
New Orleans is Serious about saving their landmark buildings in the French Quarter.


There are no girls for rent inside, it's an empty building
Yes, there are all sorts of things for rent in the Quarter, if you've got the cash up front. But in this case, it is an abandoned building.


wrought iron balconies in the French Quarter
This is the kind of thing most people come to see.


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The New Orleans "Warnings and Disclaimers" Special Edition

And a page of photos best called Other Stuff


[NOTE: What started out as a simple vacation turned into a week long look at the heart of the City of New Orleans by the Desk. This article and accompanying photo display pages are the results of that effort. All observations are by the Desk, all conclusions are his own, and may not represent anything in the real world from, by, or of anybody else.
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