We were looking forward to visiting here but the streets were all torn up and it was hard to get around. Very narrow sidewalks and muddy from the rain.
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This place centers around drinking and other rather adult activities. There’s very little historical value and is essentially a series of bars and restaurants that cater to drinking and partying. We saw some couples with fussy children, and I thought why would they bring toddlers...More
With so many things to do in the French Quarter and New Orleans, in general, you should walk down Bourbon Street at least once but after that, it's pretty much the same every night of the week; bars beckoning you with cheap drinks, music blaring...More
A late morning walk down the street saw a good amount of construction on-going with sidewalk availability to maneuver. There are areas without construction allowing people to walk in the street. Sections of the street have beautiful architecture while other areas look a bit more...More
Words really can't describe the sights and sensory uniqueness of Burboun St. If you can't make it there during Mardi Gras, a Saturday night before a Sunday Saints Game might be a solid consolation. If you haven't experienced it, go soon!