Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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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 & ...

Burbon Street stumble, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Burbon Street stumble

A travel blog entry by hannykin12

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Finally more than 12 hours in one place!! As we made our descent into New Orleans we witnessed a beautiful sunet on the Mississippi River! Upon arrival of our hostel we were greeted by a mass of people who were celebrating some kind of festival they have ...

Phoenix fun, Phoenix to West Coast, United States travel blog

Phoenix fun

A travel blog entry by bteam1

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It's been a tough week here at Jan's place in Phoenix! We arrived in time last Friday to hit the baseball, so started our weekend with being forced to chug our first three beers! Oktoberfest celebrations downtown, by the time we got to the baseball we ...

The Big Easy, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by amankora

5

... ', how's my day goin', reach out for a hug and a kiss on the cheek.  That southern hospitality, the spirit of New Orleans, just grabbed me, especially this time around. A lot of the houses still have those haunting markings from the hurricane. ...

Laissez les Bon Temps Roulez in NOLA, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Laissez les Bon Temps Roulez in NOLA

A travel blog entry by tysonis

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I headed down to New Orleans for a few days.  I have never been and have always wanted to visit.  It had a great time exploring Bourbon Street (with a drink in hand).  I also ate all of the wonderful local foods--gumbo, seafood, ...

texas nights with bob the hobo, New Orleans, United States travel blog

texas nights with bob the hobo

A travel blog entry by ragsdalefour

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first date jitters, i suppose, as keystrokes are struck ever so tentatively and literary weaknesses      are judged ever so harshly while this benighted pack leader sits quietly amidst lamplight ...

More parades!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

More parades!

A travel blog entry by andrewannalisa

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Highlights: Paddleboat up the Mississippi More Mardi Gras Parades - throw me some beads! Lowlights: Meeting a celebrity chef in person at his restaurant, and then having to send the food back! Pretty funny really. Note: We are going on a last minute ...

The Big Easy, New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Big Easy, New Orleans

A travel blog entry by shellandmatt

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... Arizona I have discovered there is free internet wi-fi here. So after checking NBA scores and my email I thought I'd better do the New Orleans blog while I still remember what we did. So our overnight flight from Hawaii went ok with not much sleep on the ...

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