Stuck in Nick's Cage!

French Quarter at night
One of the best things about Los Angeles is getting out of Los Angeles. It's good to flee from this smoggy, heaving city and decompress in a place with fresher air and better Chinese food. 

Bourbon Street
 But as every Angeleno knows, Hollywood tends to follow you everywhere. Our hotel was just two blocks from the set of some vampire Nick Cage movie. During our stay, he was arrested for a drunken public dispute with his wife. On our Haunted New Orleans tour, we were taken to one of Nick Cage's many homes, which was plagued with a turbulent history and is allegedly the most haunted house in New Orleans. We could not escape Nick Cage. It was like Nick's Cage.

street jazz
But like all of my trips to New Orleans, I ate too much and contemplated buying a home there. Then I remembered that sharing one town with Brangelina was already one town too many. Enjoy the highlights from one of my favorite cities in the world!

Cafe du Monde!

Ahhh, chicory coffee & beginets

on the bayou

swamp tour



old voodoo shop

Above-the-ground cemeteries
The Garden District

The Court of Two Sisters for brunch

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