New Orleans, LA - St. Charles Trolley Ride - March 2000

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On Sunday we rode the trolley all the way up St. Charles Avenue and viewed the mansions along the road.  Tulane and Loyola Universities sit side by side on the elegant street.  As we made the return route, the trolley filled with tourists, the conductor shouted at cars blocking his way and threatened to destroy the fenders of any vehicle in his path.  The tourists got thicker in the trolley, and I felt like I was back on a crowded streetcar in my youth in Chicago or San Francisco.  Loved it.