ride down to the Battle of New Orleans site. It was a
right outside. It was surprisingly quiet after we got underway.
Brewery building which houses shops and restaurants,
and Jackson Square.
producing sugar from sugar cane for over a century.
and I loved the character of this one. It would make a
is the Napoleon House, a plantation house located
there at the State Park.
tourist center. After the historical presentation, we
boarded the boat and traveled upstream back into
This was a relaxing and informative trip. The boat is
comfortable, with a glassed inside viewing area, and
an outside top deck. They serve food and drink, and
have music on board as well. The narration was great,
and I learned a lot about the river and history that I
did not know. And I got to photograph some views of
the river, boats, and the bank that you cannot see any
other way. So, if you are down that way, check it out.
It's a great way to spend a couple of hours away from
some of the hustle and bustle of the city!