French Quarter Long Streets

French Quarter Long Streets

To get a quick feel for the streets of the French Quarter, start on Canal and head down Burgundy to Esplanade.  Then take a right and head back towards Canal on Dauphine Street.  After that quick circle I like to zigzag through the pedestrians on Bourbon Street, but do so at your own risk because many of them have been drinking and are likely to stumble in unexpected directions.  

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