Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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State Site & Sight 14: Louisiana, New Orleans, United States travel blog

State Site & Sight 14: Louisiana

A travel blog entry by jameshubbel

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... mansion wedding shop and receptions $$$ - Magnolia mansion Greek revival romantic b&b - American horror story coven house New Orleans Jackson Ave - Greek style house round tall columns, colonial has large square tall columns - Old ...

Thru the Mississippi darkness rolling to the sea, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Thru the Mississippi darkness rolling to the sea

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne

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... slaves would set up a market, sing, dance, and make music. This moral boosting exercise occurred nowhere else in The United States. It lasted until harsher United States practices of slavery replaced the more lenient French colonial style. After the ...

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

New Orleans, Louisiana

A travel blog entry by lesleyandalan

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... after it fell off the roof, and he watched a dead woman float by, the emotional scars still clearly present. The coastline of New Orleans was devastated when the levees breached and 80% of the city flooded. Some areas just off the main tourist areas are ...

It's just LIVE Music!, New Orleans Music, United States travel blog

It's just LIVE Music!

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... jazz. One older guy and the other were all pretty young, good to see it being carried on. Reminded me of the old days at Duffy's when the Empire Stove and Furnace Dixieland Jazz Band was playing. THEY were the reason I went to New Orleans 38 years ...

Leaving New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Leaving New Orleans

A travel blog entry by mcgovern43

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... soup. Very nice - the food here is amazing - although not to many vegetables are to be seen! Have I said it already - go to New Orleans - its a definite - but allow lots of time, few extra kilo room and your blues shoes. On board the Amtrak train - it is ...

NOLA, New Orleans, United States travel blog

NOLA

A travel blog entry by danielle.bajada

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... Troy understands what NOLA is about, not sure I do, but you just need to embrace the NOLA lifestyle and go with it.  New Orleans is a place like no other in the USA. What I love about NOLA is the architecture of the French quarter, the blues down ...

This is Gator country, New Orleans, United States travel blog

This is Gator country

A travel blog entry by msinclair1956

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... !   So what to do, I grab a tour book and head to a restaurant for lunch, now I have eaten some delights of the New Orleans district but I haven’t had the po’boys yet.  Now there is a bit of history behind this po’boy thing, it ...

Sadly New Orleans was a Bust, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Sadly New Orleans was a Bust

A travel blog entry by cheyenneus

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... to go back someday and get to see more of it, properly. I'm really interested in the architecture and the culture of New Orleans, and I'm disappointed that I couldn't make it work out. But, timing is important and I don't think the timing or ...

Live naked ladies and high quality gumbo, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Live naked ladies and high quality gumbo

A travel blog entry by huwwilliams

It is difficult to appreciate how big the United States is until you travel there. On the map, New Orleans looks just down the road from Tallahassee - straight on, just the other side of Mississippi - but it took the Greyhound over nine hours to get ...

Hellio New Orleans - Day 1, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Hellio New Orleans - Day 1

A travel blog entry by caslawver

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Finally here! The pilot said it is 89 degrees. Wow! We finally found our hotel. It is right in the heart of the the French quarter. Erik had to turn off Siri before I threw his phone out the window. How annoying is Siri? Very! Thank God I book the ...

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