Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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New Orleans 2008, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans 2008

A travel blog entry by jreeves

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Against other's advice, we went ahead and rented a car. I found a discount on sidestep that gave us rental for $12 a day. That just about broke us even if we had chosen the alternative of taking the shuttle or cab. Estimated taxi far from the Airport to ...

cajun kings & queens, New Orleans, United States travel blog

cajun kings & queens

A travel blog entry by cockystravel

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... when we left we were floating on the clouds. We also had the local don't called a beiget at the original coffee house in new Orleans. very nice but drowned in icing sugar. Today we toured the bayou with a coonass , not sure if that's howyou spell it, ...

A city and a swamp, New Orleans, United States travel blog

A city and a swamp

A travel blog entry by jsmithers

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... time on my trip by doing something touristy. So I booked a swamp tour which is about one of the only things worth doing in New Orleans. I have also found this trip to be very sleep depriving which is good I guess because it tells me that I'm making the ...

The Crescent City, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Crescent City

A travel blog entry by nmnov

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... and also take a stroll along the River Walk.  I'm sure Emily and Amy both took this same walk when they were down in New Orleans as a part of the National Lutheran Youth Gathering.     So this morning we woke up to rain-lots and lots ...

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

Alabama and New Orleans

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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... and got straight to the pool. It was so hot, the pool was like a bath. After a steak supper, we headed off into New Orleans. We arrived around 9.00pm and I was very impressed with the tall, compact skyline of downtown. The roads were busy and there ...

Daytime New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Daytime New Orleans

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane

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We got up really early after a very hot bath in the tent. I was covered in bites which at the time I thought were nats. I recall one being squashed in the tent and it was really bloody for such a small insect. The soon turned out to be rather painful ...

I just love New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

I just love New Orleans

A travel blog entry by msinclair1956

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... in the next blog, going to see a famous cemetery tomorrow and maybe have a ride on the trams, and have a look at the museum.  Very busy.  I have to say I really like New Orleans, very much.   Y’all have a nice day now ya ...

A FUN First Visit, New Orleans, United States travel blog

A FUN First Visit

A travel blog entry by jtrev

Those of us going to build houses in Plaquamines Parish met a day early in NO to have fun.  Oh, Jesse, we did. We drank Hurricanes (and other booze) and walked the streets and bought touristy crap.  We had fun.  The next day we went to a ...

Feb 7 - Preservation Hall, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Feb 7 - Preservation Hall

A travel blog entry by roganna

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... 8 pm to get tickets.  On any given night, they turn people away because the hall is packed.  The hall features New Orleans jazz played by veteran musicians in their 70's and 80's, along with younger musicians learning from the old guys.  ...

New Orleans, Louisiana, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans, Louisiana

A travel blog entry by zoeandgigs

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We are now in New Orleans and checked into a cheap hotel right in the centre - before we realised it was full of really dodgy people and looked like a prison! Anyway best thing to do when you end up in a bad room is to go out drinking! So off we went to ...

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