Travel Blogs from New Orleans, United States

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Learning to cook like a local, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Learning to cook like a local

A travel blog entry by dmuir

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... sugar. This afternoon i went to school, cooking school that is, were it was demonstrated the art of making Gumbo, jambalaya and Pralines, then we had plate full each with a locally brewed beer. New Orleans has been fun, it is worth a visit, and maybe 2. ...

Day 3: New Orleans cont., New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 3: New Orleans cont.

A travel blog entry by jshoopster

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... to start yesterday off (well for me 5 hours after I had been awake) at the 4th most highly rated museum in the United States- the National WWII museum. Sean’s luck continued from yesterday and he managed to get us all free passes claiming we were ...

LOOK, New Orleans, United States travel blog

LOOK

A travel blog entry by transformers

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WE BELIEVE in the light of the world; therefore, we shine so others can LOOK and see that light in us.            We are tired!...Well yes, very much so, but that's not quite what today’s theme ...

You'll float if you're six feet under, New Orleans, United States travel blog

You'll float if you're six feet under

A travel blog entry by anaboat

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... stumble upon a cemetary. There are over forty cemetaries in New Orleans. If you do a google search for "best things to do in new orleans," I guarantee that visiting a cemetery is in the top 10. And, for good reason. There's a lot of history in every tomb ...

Mobile, Alabama, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Mobile, Alabama

A travel blog entry by anaboat

a short piece dreamt up after one of the parades  "Mobile, Alabama" A flight attendant from San Antonio on break with your gal you've got your cowboy boots on and charmed turned up tellin' me 'about America's first parade in Mobile, Alabama Always ...

Bienvenue en Louisiane!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Bienvenue en Louisiane!

A travel blog entry by dellek

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... University. It was built in 1791 and remains in remarkable condition, complete with gardens growing traditional crops. A short drive back towards New Orleans we stopped at Houmus House, named for the native tribes living in the area. This house (if you ...

Last bite of The Big Apple and on to The Big Easy, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Last bite of The Big Apple and on to The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by kay27

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I'm devoting the blog today to photos of 2216 Camp Street...what a stunning house, filled with eclectic knick knacks every where you look...very ...

Jazz'n it up..., New Orleans, United States travel blog

Jazz'n it up...

A travel blog entry by julesjb

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... head into listen to some jazz but after several beers and money issues I ended up going solo again, however monday night in New Orleans is definitely not the same as saturday night! The next day I went sightseeing with Breeda and Dane (another aussie) ...

Days 24 & 25 Nawlins!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Days 24 & 25 Nawlins!

A travel blog entry by southtoalaska

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... walkabout.  Along our stroll was one of the city's icons, Antoine's restaurant, the oldest family-run restaurant in the United States.  With about ten different themed dining rooms, a 25,000 bottle wine cellar, and even a former dungeon, this ...

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

New Orleans, Louisiana

A travel blog entry by alikat

... to be plantations owners and to pass the plantaions from generation to generation in their families. Many communites outside of New Orleans were wiped out during the storms - literally houses, schools and businesses were bought down by the ...

The Long Drive #2, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The Long Drive #2

A travel blog entry by edddadams

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... man had decided to wear a bikini in the pool looked very strange. Jumped in the car and began our drive East to New Orleans, a huge 510 miles. Eventually arrived in Orleans 8 hours later. Checked into out hostel, Bourbon Hostel. On the outskirts of ...

Boy, it really knows how to rain here..., New Orleans, United States travel blog

Boy, it really knows how to rain here...

A travel blog entry by loxias

I woke up this morning, a Sunday I hasten to add, knowing that I had to work.  What a depressing thought.  I had a meeting in my hotel at 9am (seriously, this was NOT my idea!) so I was in a rush when I didn't wake up until 8:15am.  ...

New Orleans - am Fluss und im Park, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans - am Fluss und im Park

A travel blog entry by katrin_on_tour

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... zahlen. Etwas verärgert ist es und nach 30 Minuten gelungen zu wechseln. Algiers ist dann das krasse Gegenteil des lauten New Orleans - total verschlafen. Hier fallen wir auf wie bunte Hunde. Kaum sind wir ein paar Meter gegangen, hält ein ...

New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... and gave me this along with a map showing where all the gay bars in the quarter were located. Very thoughtful! I had the New Orleans platter which included red beans and rice and a crawfish stew. All three dishes were excellent. The fortune teller from ...

New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by bosstone

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New Orleans. Pravijo mu tudi najbolj severno karibsko mesto. Ne zaman. Prisli smo ponoci. Ze noc je bila crna, kaj sele ljudje. Videl sem samo tri belce, Zrimska, Barbaro in Tino. Sebe nisem videl. Vse drugo je bilo kakor oglje. Tudi v motelu (smo ...

Day 7: Lunch in Memphis and on to New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Day 7: Lunch in Memphis and on to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by leoj89

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... your own picture. We decided on a side street to find some Cajun Cookin'. We ate at Oceana. It specializes in typical New Orleans dishes, which I suppose most places down here do, but it looked decent enough. Our meal began with a couple glasses ...

Nawleans,where we got bourbon faced on shit street, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Nawleans,where we got bourbon faced on shit street

A travel blog entry by klompjes-krautz

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... night, cruised through the French Quarter for a bit and found our destination, the Best Western, surprisingly effort less. Krautz hit New Orleans a couple of months ago already so he was kind enough to show me the fine nuances that New Orleans has to ...

The big easy!!!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

The big easy!!!

A travel blog entry by holz_g

... my trek and being on the road constantly, this is the first time ive been able to get on a computer! im currently in new orleans, louisiana, its an amazing city, especially considering that only two years ago it was devastated by the hurricane. The is ...

There was a house in New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

There was a house in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by travelinbuskers

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... (Watch our videos to check out the JD swiggin' street corner band!)  We listened to them for about 2 hours!! The next morning we departed New Orleans way too early,and "rolled on" to the beautiful beach town of ...

Arrived in Big Easy, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Arrived in Big Easy

A travel blog entry by loafy

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We have arrived in The Big Easy and are on our way out for a drink. More ...

MS Back to LA, New Orleans, United States travel blog

MS Back to LA

A travel blog entry by thegormans

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... is still the best in the land (and always will be). Nevertheless, Emeril’s is well worth the time and annoyance that New Orleans can give you. We were seated with a Vodka Tonic and a Salty Dog respectively as we ordered our appetizers. An ...

Musik, Fisch und ganz viel Käse, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Musik, Fisch und ganz viel Käse

A travel blog entry by trioformaggi

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... am nächsten Morgen schon war der Himmel wieder klar, und die Sonne schien als sei nichts gewesen. Voller Tatendrang ging es nach New Orleans. Uns erwartete diesmal kein Motel oder Hotel. Es ging in ein Hostel!!! Geteilte Baderäume, kleine Zimmer... und ...

Multiple Hurricanes in New Orleans, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Multiple Hurricanes in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by 54theroad

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... ate beignets in the French Quarter at the famous Café du Monde and marvelled at the Cathedral Basilica, the oldest cathedral in United States! We were a bit disappointed with Bourban Street, as it was grungy and stinky! However, we did manage to find ...

N'awlins!, New Orleans, LA, United States travel blog

N'awlins!

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey

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... squeezing a little more time out of our weekend together. We finally did leave the city and head back for Gonzales.  New Orleans was a very different city.  The art and architecture is beautiful.  The people and culture are very free and ...

New Orelans Tuesday night and Wednesday, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orelans Tuesday night and Wednesday

A travel blog entry by laurenmckowen

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... must say a lot of the people are at least 10 years younger than us,so it does make a difference. So far I can say that New Orleans has been the best place so far, so different and intersting and every person that passes you in the street greets you, such ...

New Orleans?, New Orleans, United States travel blog

New Orleans?

A travel blog entry by bhuvaneshwari

hatte das Glueck, bei einer netten Bekannten mit Frosch zu wohnen, die ich in Charleston kennengelrent habe. Hab New Orleans ganz ehrlich ueberhaupt nicht erfasst. jeder Teil scheint wieder ein eigenes Universum zu sein. Es gibt alles, aber nicht so wie ...

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

The Big Easy, Darlin'

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... stumbled across a hotel which had a balcony bar and we were there in time for the start of Happy Hour - 3pm! Cocktails $5...first New Orleans cocktail, French 75 (and we shared a cheese plate). Next drinks stop was Beignets Bar (Beignet there, done that) ...

American Carnival, New Orleans, United States travel blog

American Carnival

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

Destination Attained... Cocaine Bengiets, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Destination Attained... Cocaine Bengiets

A travel blog entry by thespeck

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... Alton ‘BIG AL’ Carson. New Orleans native and icon, blues singer extraordinaire, last of the great traditional New Orleans musicians still performing on Bourbon Street, drawing fans to the Funky Pirate from all over the country and the world. ...

Cajun Encounter!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Cajun Encounter!

A travel blog entry by kwmg

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... storm houses in the 9th Ward. They are all equipped with solar panels and ergonomically and environmental designed. The residents in New Orleans speak very highly of Brad Pitt and really appreciate what he is doing there. After the tour we went for ...

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