Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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

Atlanta and New Orleans

A travel blog entry by debbielockett

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... good at what they do, or they both read me the same chapter of the same book! However, i think i would have liked to see New Orleans before hurricane Katrina hit .. .to be able to see the real place. Alot of the buildings out of the main square are ...

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

New Orleans to Toronto

A travel blog entry by hmetevier2

We had an easy an uneventful flight to Toronto , just a bit of a rush to our next plane. We did watch Copland, that was a ...

Day 3, Strolling down Magazine St, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 3, Strolling down Magazine St

A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis

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... one block to the next, the scenery changes quite dramatically.     NO feels like a city that has a new energy post Katrina. Some locals feel that it has improved since the hurricane, that it literally flushed out some neglected ...

New Orleans - mat & musik, New Orleans, USA travel blog

New Orleans - mat & musik

A travel blog entry by sandrarebecca

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... ; spendera dagar i en stad utanför Florida sökte vi snabbt upp vårt fina, lilla, charmiga och supermysiga hotell Dauphine New Orleans. Snabbt drog vi fram alla våra kläder, duschade och sprang ut på stan för middag och ...

A Not Entirely Unpleasant Bus Trip, New Orleans, United States travel blog

A Not Entirely Unpleasant Bus Trip

A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey

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... snap and punch us both in the throat. The sun set as we rode an actual Greyhound bus for the last leg of our trip to New Orleans and we played spot the homeless person as we entered the city (it wasn't hard - they were everywhere). After picking up our ...

New Orleans City Bus Tour in Morning, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans City Bus Tour in Morning

A travel blog entry by tom.terryhannan

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... etc become ashes.  They plant magnolia bushes around the cemeteries to help with any smell. Next stop was Katrina Ground zero.  New Orleans was 80% covered in water 9 years ago.  I was surprised it was that long ago.  There were 53 ...

Day 8 - SPE ATCE Day 2, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 8 - SPE ATCE Day 2

A travel blog entry by emzie_june

See Day 1 for full ...

...and all that Jazz, New Orleans, United States travel blog

...and all that Jazz

A travel blog entry by sianashworth

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... ...delish) and then head to a bar recommended to us by the hostel called the Spotted Cat. The band there was called The New Orleans Moonshiners and there were fantastic. We spent a happy couple of hours there waiting for the others to join us. The music ...

French Quarter and Riverwalk, New Orleans, United States travel blog

French Quarter and Riverwalk

A travel blog entry by jvrk

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... and doing a strip club crawl.   Around 4pm, we decided to go get a snack.  We went to the Old New Orleans's Cookery and enjoyed a hurricane, gumbo, alligator bits and shrimp.  Then we decided to try "Bourbon Street's Strongest Drink" - the ...

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

Ellenton to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by cheranddan

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Rode hard today, one small shower, clear now in New Orleans. Hit famed Bourbon street in New Orleans, well it used to be neat, but definitely past it's prime, very dilapidated buildings, rough roads and now very noisy bars and clubs and the seedy side of ...

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