Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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Feb 6 - Food & music, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Feb 6 - Food & music

A travel blog entry by roganna

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Holy cow, it was a chilly 59 degrees in the house this morning.  It went down into the 40's last nite.  Brrr.  Looks like we're back to seasonal temperatures for this area.  :( We went for a ride this afternoon to get some groceries ...

USA... A Okay!, New Orleans, Memphis and Chicago, United States travel blog

USA... A Okay!

A travel blog entry by monkey_moore

... have live music and no cover charge. They've even created a cocktail called 'Hurricane' which actually tastes really nice... From New Orleans I travelled to Memphis on the amtrak (train) which proved to be a lot more successful than when in Florida... ...

Back at the airport, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Back at the airport

A travel blog entry by nahury1

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I was able to get on an earlier flight. However, I had to give up my first class upgrade for a back-of-the-bus seat. But, I did get home ...

Dec. 1, 2013- New Orleans., New Orleans, United States travel blog

Dec. 1, 2013- New Orleans.

A travel blog entry by allioxenfree

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    Watching the news, I am reminded of the recism in elementary schools in New Orleans and decided to look for myself. Charley and I drove from Armillo to New Orleans where we saw cruelty fo all types enforced on the black and white ...

Crazy crazy night!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Crazy crazy night!

A travel blog entry by adamc26

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... cheap but every bar is amazing. We bar hopped the whole night and had a scream. Scariest part of my night was getting chased around New Orleans by 2 hookers in there car telling to get in there car or else ha ha, I told them in not the nicest way ...

New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by andreatravels

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... nbsp; The Marsalis Center provides studio, classroom and performance space for the musicians in the community. The project is sponsored by New Orleans Habitat for Humanity. I didn't expect much of a crowd in the French Quarter on a Monday, but I was ...

Rainy day in NOLA, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Rainy day in NOLA

A travel blog entry by huppwits

It's going to rain all day today and we decided we needed a more quiet day. We went to two movies and a wonderful dinner at Zea Rotisserie. Not too exciting but just what we needed! ...

New orleans velkommen til Syden!, New Orleans,  USA travel blog

New orleans velkommen til Syden!

A travel blog entry by merete_toft

Vi ankom til NOLA lidt over midnat - forsinket og med en taske der havde været igennem kontrol igen! Ja mine aggressioner kom vist ud på fjæs! Anyways herovre er temperaturen måske godt nok lidt lavere men luftfugtigheden er en ...

Day 14 - New Orleans, Louisiana., New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 14 - New Orleans, Louisiana.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92

... the sugar plantation fields in 1815. Great Britain were one of the wealthiest and most powerful shopping country in the world; New Orleans is the gateway through and around America up the Mississippi River. Britain wanted to take over New Orleans as they ...

Big E-Z, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Big E-Z

A travel blog entry by kiztelsojourn

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...  clouds made my cheery leprachauns with sheets of organic unicorn hair). Today was about familiarising ourselves after an awesome New Orleans breakfast including calas and other things of the essential food group 'deep fried'. We cruised around the ...

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