Travel: New Orleans- The Pharmacy Museum

The Pharmacy Museum is located in the building that Louis Dufilho Jr used. He was America’s first licensed pharmacist and started in 1823. Louisiana was the first state that required licenses for medical practitioners starting in 1816. The building was the pharmacy/apothecary until 1855. It sustained damage and was abandoned until 1950 when it opened as a museum featuring all kinds of different displays and … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans- The Pharmacy Museum

Travel: New Orleans: The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

New Orleans features the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. You may or may not know, but I am a big ole marine life nerd. So I wanted to make sure that we hit up this AZA accredited (I can explain why that’s important if you like and why I won’t go to places that aren’t) aquarium while we were there. The aquarium is pretty decently … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans: The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Travel: New Orleans- Voodoo, Ghosts, and More

So we recently went to New Orleans, Louisiana, and had a blast. There was a lot we did and a lot we didn’t get to. Instead of just posts filled with pictures, I wanted to break up some of the things we did, much like posts in the past; then you will get a few more with picture spam, lol. I want to note that … Continue reading Travel: New Orleans- Voodoo, Ghosts, and More