The French Quarter of New Orleans is a trip back into the past. One of first built parts of New Orleans, it retains it character and charm through the centuries. The horse and buggy rides not only give a good guided tour of for the riders bring that historical feel to the surroundings.
Here, the buggy on Decatur Street comes up on Jackson Square and is just across the street from the Cafe Du Monde. In the background, the Pontalba Buildings line two sides of the square. The matching red-brick block long 4‑story buildings were built in the 184o. The top stories are the oldest continuously rented apartments in the U.S.
The Kemah Boardwalk -- its full of buzz and activity. In fact they have adopted the slogan "The Fun Never Stops." Today on Pixel Eyed