Sights Seen

As I end finals for spring term, I begin to realize how much I miss being on vacation in New Orleans. For my 21st birthday I spent time in NOLA, spending time in museums and cafes with amazing food.

Going to a new place reminded me of how beautiful different parts of the country are. There was so many different places that were full of amazing food, art and culture. I had never seen so many bright buldings, I loved how varied the scenery was.

I always travel to the same places with my family: California and Mexico. This was the first time I had ever flown on an airplane, and I love the feeling of it. Being on an airplane gave me time to relax, and just think about all the fun I would be having in a new place.

We had a beautiful air bnb that we rented, and we spent time cooking at night to try and save money once we realized all that we had spent at restaurants. Being away from home was exciting, everything was new and so interesting.

One of the pictures below is of beignets, which are infamous in New Orleans. We went to Café Du Monde on several occasions, including the day my twin and I turned 21.

To see more pictures from my 21st birthday celebration, click here for more New Orleans posts.

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5 thoughts on “Sights Seen

  1. Great pictures! I’ve never been to New Orleans before but it looks lovely from the pictures you have put on here! Sounds like you had a nice time away, great idea trying to cook in the evenings to save you money. Hope you had a lovely 21st birthday 🙂

    Amy,
    https://creativenails.uk

  2. I’ve never been to New Orleans but it’s definitely on my bucket list. I love all your pictures and now Im planning on moving this vacation up on my list.

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