Streets were not clean with much working going on. I did not go at night as I like seeing what it's really like in daylight. Some folks like this atmosphere, guess I'm a bit old and isn't my scene - especially the loud music. If...More
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Obviously after decades the drainage system had to be replaced and we were unlucky that it was due during our visit. The pubs at both sides however were open and provided service as usual. All in all the French Quarter and the city as such...More
Bourbon street is a party street! If you don't like loud noise, loud music & lots of people this place isn't going to be for you!! Walking down bourbon street in August with high temperatures and even higher humidity I really felt like I was...More
We have been here numerous times and part of the fun is the road being closed off and walking down the middle of the street. There is a good part from Conti towards Canal blocked off so the crowds have to walk on the sidewalk....More
We walked through the area this weekend. It's colourful, fun and filled with gift shops, bars and restaurants...everything you've heard about and more. At present it's pretty torn up with construction which made walking the area not as fun.
Attended a conference in New Orleans and a group of us spent maybe 10 minutes on Bourbon St. before heading back to our hotel. Just a kind of vile area. I was there in the late 90s and even since then the place has gotten...More
Definitely a place to see and feel. Visit at night, because it is then a melting pot, heaven and hell together. would not like to live there, though.