Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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Wow! What A Town!  Almost Too Much For Me!, Uptown New Orleans Historic District, United States travel blog

Wow! What A Town! Almost Too Much For Me!

A travel blog entry by chris.riley

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New Orleans is truly a different world.  We have a room that overlooks the Mississippi River.  It's fun just watching all the riverboats, freighters and boats crawl lazily down the river.  We got off to a late start today.  We have ...

Pisando Lousiana., Nueva Orleans, Estados Unidos travel blog

Pisando Lousiana.

A travel blog entry by thom_rm

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Luego de dos vuelos de 10.5hs y 2hs y haciendo escala en Atlanta, Georgia (sede de Coca Cola y capital económica del sur) llegue a Nola. Shuttle de por medio me demore en llegar al hotel lo mismo que tardé en avión desde Atlanta porque el ...

deck the halls...or balconies, New Orleans, United States travel blog

deck the halls...or balconies

A travel blog entry by stephtodd

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We decided to check out NOLA during the holiday season. It was a little cooler than we thought, but the homes in the French Quarter looked fantastic all decked out for ...

Back for more!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Back for more!

A travel blog entry by huppwits

After a VERY lazy day, we took the afternoon shuttle into town. Back to 801 Royal for more fun. Met up with Jeff who we met last night and walked around town with him. Made it to Bourbon Street to observe the madness and collect some beads. Another long ...

Jazz is everywhere, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Jazz is everywhere

A travel blog entry by nina_in_amiland

... . Die Bevoelkerung ist gemischter und hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, gestaerkt aus dieser Katastrophe hervor zu gehen. Leider ist New Orleans korrupt und versucht immer noch, die schwarze Kultur zu unterdruecken. Fotos muss ich noch mit Mama austauschen und ...

Entre quartier français et plantation, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Entre quartier français et plantation

A travel blog entry by firmins

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L'arrivée à la Nouvelle Orléans commence bien: Ingrid perd son passe de 3 jours et son lecteur MP3. Une fois la (très grosse) déception passée, on part à la conquête du quartier français. Le lendemain, on fait les plantations, c'était notre ...

Somewhere in the French Quarter, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Somewhere in the French Quarter

A travel blog entry by cjourneys

... and nightclubs available after dusk, and leaving me to wonder if there were still vampires lurking around.  New Orleans certainly has a fascinating history... pirates and criminals, vampires? and various cultures inhabited this mysterious city that ...

Dateline - August 2005, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Dateline - August 2005

A travel blog entry by lostagain

... of August 29 in southeast Louisiana. It is possible that Katrina was the largest hurricane of its strength to approach the United States in recorded history; its sheer size caused devastation over 100 miles from the center. The storm surge caused major ...

Nawlins Mawnings, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Nawlins Mawnings

A travel blog entry by landasouth

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... Starbucks and avoided the $26 pastries at the hotel.  We then got our wonderful Impala (Hot Bitches Driving) to go to NOMA (New Orleans Museum of Art) and spent a couple hours being super cultural.  The sculpture garden was my fav (as well as ...

Day 7: SPE ATCE Day 1, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 7: SPE ATCE Day 1

A travel blog entry by emzie_june

Key technologies worth investigating: 1. Extreme overbalanced and dynamic underbalanced perforating (Hallibuton) 2. Lined tubulars for corrosion resistance (Duoline, MaxTube) 3. Perforating intelligent wells - avoiding cables (ConocoPhillips & ...

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