We just spent five days in New Orleans and let me just say, I absolutely loved it. It was so gorgeous! I loved getting the history of all the places we went.
While there, we did some shopping (of course), went to the WWII Museum, walked all around the French Quarter, bought some local artwork, took tons of pictures, and took a cooking class at The New Orleans School of Cooking. I totally recommend doing this if you're ever in the area. The chef was super personable and we learned to make some very delicious food.
On the way back we decided we were going to take detours all the way home, since we weren't in a rush. It added three days to the trip, but was well worth it. We did a lot of geocaching (I will do a later post explaining all about what that is). It was tons of fun and definitely broke up the drive back to Georgia. We stopped at a lot of cute, historic towns along the way. One of our last stops was to the town where they film The Walking Dead. We had no idea they filmed there, until after we stopped. But anywho, we saw the set of the show and actually had one of the actors let us cross the road in front of him. So that was pretty cool.
I will be making a post later that will include pictures of our wonderful adventures!