Located at the historic French Quarter area and being famous for its lively bars and clubs, Bourbon Street is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to go at New Orleans. Not so much interested in the noisy nightlife, I wandered down the street in the morning: it was surprisingly quite. There were very few people in the street, probably just one or two runners and a couple of visitors like me who got up early. Unlike other blocks in French Quarter, delicate ironwork balconies and galleries were not the signatures here, instead, you would find a host of different signs of bars and clubs here, some of them were even flashing as if it was still at night. And the street also got a special smell: somewhat a mix of alcohol and food, always reminding you what a luxury and dissipation night that just past.