Today we drove down to the warehouse district of New Orleans to visit the National WWII Museum. The museum is at the corner of Magazine and Camp Streets and comprises two buildings, the main WWII Museum and the Soloman Victory Theater. We spent close to 4 hours in the museum including a movie in the Soloman Theater; "Beyond All Boundaries". The main museum has 3 floors. The main floor has several vehicles and boats used in the war along with 3 aircraft hanging from the ceiling, one of which is a C-47. The second floor deals with the war in the Pacific and the third floor deals with the war in Europe, primarily D-Day. Unfortunately, we were not supposed to take pictures on the upper floors. If you get a chance to get to New Orleans, this museum is well worth the time to visit. Following the museum, we stopped in the French Quarter at the Cafe Du Monde to get a cafe au lait and beignets. It was a day well spent, other than the traffic.