New Orleans’ Bourbon Street is famous for a reason. Noisy. Raucous. Nocturnal. Bourbon Street embodies the liveliness of a party town for many tourists to New Orleans. The roadway is illuminated by neon lights, vibrates with music, and is embellished with beads and balconies. Bourbon Street, named after a French royal dynasty (not the amber-colored liquor) has become a hotspot for revelry of all sorts. Many things change in New Orleans, but Bourbon Street's color and enthusiasm never fades.