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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Visiting New Orleans

Visiting the largest city of Louisiana was a different experience for me. The city is full of charm and the culture is very interesting. The picture below was taken nearby French Quarter, it's a world renowned place because it's the oldest neighborhood of New Orleans. See the old building design? That's common in this place. Big buildings in New Orleans can be seen as you get closer to the city and it looks grand.Here's one of their busy streets and mostly it is one way, a bit confusing so; arm yourself with a map.Make sure that when you visit New Orleans, you should park in a safe parking lot and do not leave valuable things inside and that includes GPS.They have a huge crowded shopping mall, full of tourists located nearby the Harrah's Hotel.There are hotels and casino in the area but, most of them are expensive per night. Since we live nearby just less than 2 hours, so we really did not stay in the hotel.I love this city specially walking on the French Quarter and play the slot machines at Harrah's. There's another world in that hotel and you should check it out. Their buffet was unbelievable! So many food to choose from at affordable price.On the next visit, I would like to attend the mass in the Catholic Church. You should see it. The design inside the church is truly the work of art.Visit New Orleans during Mardi Gras and you will be amazed how grand it is!Street performers are so many so, if you request them to play for you, you are obliged to give something. Most of them are demanding so, better not ask. Just a tip though.

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