The French Quarter Views
Streets, Unique Shops and Window Shopping

    One of the reasons owning a second home in the French Quarter is there is always so muc to see and do. The activities change monthly. In addition to Christmas, New Years, Mardi Gras, French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest, Conventions, Saints Football games you just have a lot to see. 

   Just walking the streets looking into shops and windows is totally different than where people make their first home.  They the second homers come to have fun and have a good time. Just park the car and walk for a weekend or weeks and you never get to see it all.


French Quarter Window Shopping

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It's Fun and it Free...Window Shopping leading to Carinval
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Window Shopping for Art Work, Colorful and Bright 
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Lots of Unique Clothes, "Honey Buy Me One"
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You may not wear a hat at home but it great in New Orleans
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Many Antique Stores, Royal Street 

French Quarter Shops
     The variety of stores, shops and cafe's are local shops and owners. Its gives the French Quarter a unique feel in today's world of chain stores. Each store and owner has a unique personality. So on your walk stop and talk.

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French Market is lined with shops
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Artwork in Jackson Square, Such a Variety
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Local stores by local people give shops a unique feel.DoorwayStoreinFrenchQuarter.jpg Dress Shops in a small, small space...
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Let us not forget about the taste buds.... 





Eric Bouler
Eric Bouler
Realtor