Sunday, September 27, 2015

I'm in New Orleans, so........

Yeah, so I didn't have anything I needed to post before I left, although I do have one review to do, it'll just have to wait till I get back.  But since I wanted to still blog each day this weekend, I'm doing a fun post with gifs and lists of stuff to do with New Orleans (and maybe a few Supernatural gifs for fun).  My usual Sunday post will be back next week! The pictures above is the sign outside my friend's bar that I will probably be visiting at least once while I'm there this weekend!

My favorite TV shows set in New Orleans
  • American Horror Story:  Coven
  • True Blood - actually in Louisiana, but there were parts that took place in New Orleans!
  • The Real World:  New Orleans

My favorite movies set in New Orleans:
  • Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter
  • Dracula 2000
  • Interview with the Vampire
 My favorite books set in New Orleans:
  • Wicked by Jennifer L. Armentrout
  • Ruined and Unbroken by Paula Morris
  • Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris
  • Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice
  • The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
So, I'm so excited to be here, and I'm sure I'll have lots to tell you about next Sunday when I do a wrap-up post for the past two weeks.


  1. Woohooo!! Have lots of fun! I hear the food there is great too!

    1. I had a great time! Didn't get to have as much "authentic" food as I would have liked, but the few things I did have were wonderful.

  2. I had an incredible time when we stayed for a week in New Orleans. We got to dance along to a St Patrick's Day parade and saw all the gorgeous costumes of Super Sunday. Plus great food, music everywhere, iconic architecture and such friendly people. Fantastic city!

    Stephanie Jane

    1. It is such a beautiful city. Even the buildings that are run-down have such neat architecture and are wonderful to look at. There was so much more I didn't get to do, I'll have to visit again sometime!

  3. Hi - Hope you're having a great time. There are also a lot of mystery and suspense books set in New Orleans. :)
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

    1. I had a great time! And you're right, it is a wonderful place for a mystery or ghost story type of setting. Next time I go I need to go on a ghost tour.

  4. I'm so jealous Lisa! I think the hubs and I are planning to hit up NOLA this March or April (whenever Spring Break is basically). I just want to eat and go on ALL of the ghost tours!

    1. I wish I'd gotten to go on a ghost tour. I plan to go again though, so will do that next time! Hope you guys have a blast, I really enjoyed my time there.


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