Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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Taking It Easy, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Taking It Easy

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... ranging from beers to mojitos to frozen daiquiris but ironically, the most popular cocktail is the Hurricane.  You may recall that New Orleans was ravaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Apparently 80% of the city was flooded, in some parts by more ...

Exploring New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Exploring New Orleans

A travel blog entry by lord13

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Today was a very busy day.  After we ate breakfast we decided to tour New Orleans.  My dad dropped us off at the French Quarter Visitor Center while he left to try his poker skills at Harrah's Casino.  When he left we found out ...

The Garden District (US&C), New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Garden District (US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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On the day I went to the Garden District of New Orleans, my husband was at a conference. So I walked down the street from our hotel, and caught the trolley. The trolley ride itself was a lot of fun, and you get to see a lot of the beautiful Greek Revival, ...

The New Orleans Restaurant Scene (World/US&C), New Orleans, United States travel blog

The New Orleans Restaurant Scene (World/US&C)

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... Paris as the best food on earth. You absolutely cannot beat the fresh seafood. DH and I had a wonderful time sampling what New Orleans had to offer. From a wonderful, and memorable dinner at Broussard's, to kitchen counter dining at Emeril's, it was ...

Day 16 - New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 16 - New Orleans

A travel blog entry by kathy.63

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... doesn't lose her shirt in Vegas. Observation of the Day - Is there a theme happening with this tour. Evil spirits in Savannah, voodoo in New Orleans. I think I will start saying nice things about everyone for fear of Kaf being turned into a toad. ...

Remiss- Catching Up, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Remiss- Catching Up

A travel blog entry by tomsmidlife

... ) walked in and suddenly I was chopped liver! So it goes. Both of them gave stern warnings, and the bartender joined in, about New Orleans (N.O.) they said it was far more dangerous than reported on the news, said to never get lost, never be off a main ...

Funky New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Funky New Orleans

A travel blog entry by natalie.j95

... it right outside the cathedral, and I think the presence of it everywhere contributed to my uncertainty about the city. Nevertheless, New Orleans is a great city and the live music you can't help but overhear is incredible! I'm sure most people would ...

damn mozzies, New Orleans, United States travel blog

damn mozzies

A travel blog entry by kevsharon

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got to train station , somehow ended up in first class lounge ,, think kev needed a suit and laptop , not his shorts !! anyway free nibbles and drinks so success ,, directed to a large door which led directly onto platform where someone had kindly parked ...

Patience Laura, Patience!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Patience Laura, Patience!

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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Lundi Gras dawned overcast and foggy. I'm sure it rained overnight but we were determined to have our coffees and beignets at Café du Monde. It turns out that was the best part of our day. It bucketed down while we were in the restaurant with some ...

The Bikes of NOLA, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Bikes of NOLA

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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Cool Rides in New Orleans When we got back from the swamp, we wanted to walk around the Quarter a bit more and Matt wanted to get his bike fixed. The pedal has been fussy since last summer, but lately has been falling right off every couple of ...

New Orleans in July, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans in July

A travel blog entry by laura421

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... Orleans Museum of Art and the Sculpture and Botanical Gardens, west to lunch at Seed, and then south to the Mississippi River.  New Orleans is a beautiful city, and certainly a very musical one.  As you walk or sit by the riverfront or in ...

New Orleans - The Sad City of Jazz., New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans - The Sad City of Jazz.

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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... type of donut covered in icing sugar)at the outside DuMonde cafe on a lovely sunny afternoon.  We really liked New Orleans, very interesting place to visit.  From here we headed to Houston, more about that later.... sorry ...

APril 8 - New Orleans (2 days worth), New Orleans, United States travel blog

APril 8 - New Orleans (2 days worth)

A travel blog entry by jambo

... of the nightlife and got home somehow. Details are sketchy but I managed to spend about $120 in one evening. SATURDAY 8 APRIL - NEW ORLEANS. DAY 19 The Aussie boys got up at about 1pm so we kicked around a bit, yarning about the previous ...

New Orleans to Atlanta, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans to Atlanta

A travel blog entry by travelledkiwi

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Was up early today and decided to head out the Ninth Ward before returning the rental car, which was the place most hit by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, Drove from the Hostel which took about 25 minutes. When I arrived at the Ninth Ward it was so ...

Out to Sea, New orleans, United States travel blog

Out to Sea

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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Today is our first day at sea ... all day. After a delightful dinner last night at Windows, one of the large, elegant restaurants onboard, followed by a fabulous variety show in the theatre, I stayed up for hours in our stateroom reading the shipboard ...

Mardi Gras!!!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Mardi Gras!!!

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

... in 2003 somehow just managed to surround Fat Tuesday.  So once again, I organized a group of 8 people to go to New Orleans for a week.  We traveled with much more room though because this time we took Jacqui's Subaru Outback Wagon and another ...

82. Colour and Grit, New Orleans, United States travel blog

82. Colour and Grit

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz

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... else but squashed armadillos, great cotton plantations, and marshy swamp land. Over the world´s most awesome bridge, we entered New Orleans and the great state of Louisiana. From there, the roads deteriorated into potholes rather quickly. Camping at St. ...

Listen!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Listen!

A travel blog entry by transformers

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WE BELIEVE in the Word made flesh; therefore, we speak so others can LISTEN and hear His Word through us.            LISTEN! He is risen! He is risen indeed, hallelujah! What a great day we had! From ...

Fun Times visiting and eating in New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Fun Times visiting and eating in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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Shelley and I packed up the rig and left around 8:30am to head to New Orleans. We figured 4 hours driving and the trip went by fast.  There were many bridges to cross and roads to figure out to make your way through the city.  When we got to the ...

salimos, New Orleans, United States travel blog

salimos

A travel blog entry by ariteo

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The Big Easy, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by jameszappia

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... through in some jazz, voodoo and a whole lot of French influence and you have on the coolest places in America, the big easy also know as New Orleans! Im only in town for a very short while but I made sure that I made the most of my time here, there is so ...

Day 15 - New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 15 - New Orleans

A travel blog entry by kathy.63

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Day 15 saw Kaf and the girls on the move again. This time to New Orleans. Here, Kaf and Madge have scored a room on their own so have decided to spread themselves out. Kaf, being the typical virgin traveller, had to try everything out as soon as she got ...

Rochester, Destin, New Orleans, Weatherford, TX, Rochester, Destin, New Orleans, Weatherford, TX, FW, United States travel blog

Rochester, Destin, New Orleans, Weatherford, TX

A travel blog entry by bbarthel

... how much new construction there is since we were there last year.   The colds continued to plague us when we were in New Orleans and we did not get to the tourist areas at all.  This was a great disappointment as I have never been there ...

Leaving On Our Cruise, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Leaving On Our Cruise

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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... sit and enjoy the sights. We drive onto the Algiers Ferry, which quickly takes us across the Mississippi River and into downtown New Orleans. As we drive past the infamous Convention Center, I suddenly realize that this doesn't seem like the way to the ...

Welcome to Nawlins, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Welcome to Nawlins

A travel blog entry by lizandgerry

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After jogging all over the United States over the course of the last 11 weeks and logging over 11,000 kilometers so far, we have finally arrived in New Orleans. This was only to be greeted by the coldest temperatures in over 44 years. The low tonight is ...

Third stop, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Third stop

A travel blog entry by tour-46

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After three days of riding we entered Louisiana. We took a day off from riding in New Orleans. Evidence of the devistation caused by hurricane Katrina was still apparent for all to see; abandoned homes, derelict offices and broken roads were all ...

Thank You, May I Have Another, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Thank You, May I Have Another

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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When I first boarded the plane for New Orleans last September, I had no idea what I was getting into. It was the most moving and painful experience of my life, and I was changed. But my plan remained the same: Go to Mexico, learn how to teach English, ...

The Gospel Tent, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Gospel Tent

A travel blog entry by cheeksmo

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... frat-boy quotient was definitely filled in the Jazz Fest daytime festival, but for the most part i found the people i encountered in New Orleans to be quite pleasant and friendly. We took a trip to a lot of the hurricane devastated areas which was really ...

Go to the Mardi Gras, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Go to the Mardi Gras

A travel blog entry by johnsinclair

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... ; it's now included as "They Call Us Wild" in my Italian Stampa Alternativa collection Va Tutto Bene / It's All Good. I returned ro New Orleans for Mardi Gras in 1977 and then missed the next four years until I made my first trip to the New Orleans ...

Day15- “Bourbon Street, Bourbon Street, Bour, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day15- “Bourbon Street, Bourbon Street, Bour

A travel blog entry by tampere-usa

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... went for a walk around the streets of the French Quarter and we stumbled into a voodoo shop, where the cashier was truly a "New Orleans Giant" (NFL reference) and he also happened to have a Finnish girlfriend. From there, bar Pat O`Brians with the world ...

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