On our recent stop in New Orleans, we didn’t have as much time as we would have liked and the weather was not the best, so Greg found us a tour company that would take us around town and would let us take the dog along with us. We ended up with a very informative and comprehensive tour. I would recommend New Orleans Native Tours (NewOrleansNativeTours.com) if you find yourself there. Of course, the dog was allowed because it wasn't a full tour, but we really appreciated that.
As you can imagine, Olive thought she was hot stuff getting to go on a tour that is normally reserved for people. She behaved so well, that we were proud of her.
One of our stops along the way was to St. Louis Cemetery #3. Before we arrived in New Orleans, I was determined that we were going to visit one of the famous above-ground New Orleans cemeteries, so I was a happy camper. Of course, I could have spent a lot more time wandering around that beautiful place, but beggars can’t be choosers and I was just glad to get an opportunity even a short one.
Here are a few fences I came across in the cemetery: