I’m counting down the days and seconds until this Friday! I get a full week of relaxation and I am SO pumped. A week from today, Josh and I will be in NOLA for Spring Break. We are extremely excited. I’ve been to Baton Rouge before when I was touring LSU a few years ago, but never to New Orleans…. and neither has Josh. This is going to be a new place to explore for the both of us and we are getting so antsy just thinking about how close we are to going and getting a break from our typical schedule. I’m mostly excited for the FOOD. I think that’s all we have planned right now hahahahah just eating and eating. If you’ve been before, what are your favorite things to do during the day? I want to walk and explore and ride bikes for sure. But what else should we do!? Definitely need more recommendations so let me know what your favorite spots are. Cafe du Monde is a must of course.
I’ll be shooting all my looks there and I’ve been so excited while planning my outfits. It’s A LOT of stripes haha. I’ve been looking up and down through all of my favorite websites, swooning over all the spontaneous and frilly spring outfits. I wanted to share some of my favorites as well as a few pieces I recently purchased. Where are y’all going for Spring Break??
Have a WONDERFUL week, praying that it goes by extremely fast for us all 🙂 xo
So fun! I hope you have a great break 🙂
Thanks girly! xx
I’d love to see a NOLA travel guide.
Will DEFINITELY put that together 🙂 xx
The Jax Brewery in the square is always fun, but there’s also a huge mall! The aquarium is awesome and super interactive and not super expensive. There is also a little french market with vendors and small restaurants that would be good to try authentic food, it always smells so amazing! I can’t remember if the market is open on week days but usually is on the weekend. The ferry is cool too! It’s like $5 and you ride it back and forth across the river, it’s super short but it gives you a really cool view of downtown! Hope this helps!
Omg thank you so much for the recommendations! Will definitely have to find that french market and do the ferry. thanks Justine!