Sean and I are now in New Orleans.
We left Knoxville after eating breakfast at a Wafflehouse and checking out the Sunsphere.
Making our way through Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.
Today we went to the Audubon Aquarium and Insectarium after breakfast at Café Fleur De Lis, which was the best breakfast I’ve had in a while.
Then we took a stroll down Magazine Street to see some of the Garden District.
We had dinner at an oyster bar and seafood restaurant called Desire. The oysters were spot on, as was the crayfish etouffé.
We further strolled down Bourbon where the football fans were getting their party groove on as were some great street performers.
The City of the Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain is a pretty remarkable place.
City of the Arts and Sciences
However, I managed to find one monotonous exhibit that you desperately want to see, but can’t stand to watch.
I waited for about 15 minutes, filmed half of that, and edited it down to 2-3 minutes.
You will just want to see how it ends.
I was just flipping through some (I mean hundred really) of my photographs from my trip to Valencia, Spain.
This photo of the City of the Arts and Sciences at night has to be on of the best architecture photos I’ve taken. The quality of the photograph isn’t great or anything, but the composition and its aesthetics, like the water reflection, is why I like it so much.
Several City of the Arts and Sciences buildings.