People To See, Places To Go, Things To Do In NOLA (New Orleans, LA)

Archive for June 2017

Audubon Insectarium, New Orleans, LA

The Audubon Insectarium in New Orleans, Louisiana offers a fun and interactive learning environment that doubles as a memorable vacation activity. Kids of all ages will love exploring the 12 different exhibits on insects in the region and the US. Find more information and tickets online at http://www.vacationsmadeeasy.com/NewOrleansLA/activity/NewOrleansAquariumsAndZoos.cfm Duration : 30 sec

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Carry a pocket knife on bourbon street?

Could I carry a decent sized pocket knife while walking up and down bourbon street? Going into bars and shops? Laws down there? Never been there before. as long as the blade is not longer than 4 inches it’s not a problem. but wearing it say on your belt, in a holder is not recommended…

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Caplan's appliances new Miele gallery toronto ontario

We went to check out Caplan's appliances new Miele gallery in Toronto ontario located actoss from their main store at 1111 Weston Road in Toronto. The new gallery is unique in that there are live demos of the kitchen appliances, really showing off the character of the appliances. Duration : 2 min 37 sec

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Reliability Toughness And Comfort Are Important In The Big Easy

People that come to New Orleans are usually looking to have a good time. The festivals, parades, shopping and good family fun are there to be had by all. In order for that to happen, there are people who work behind the scenes on a daily basis. The city workers, law enforcement and firefighters in…

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Learn New Orleans Style Cooking

There is nothing better than some New Orleans style cooking y’all.  You can learn how so you don’t have to wait to be in NOLA to get some. New Orleans New Orleans is known for fun and food. There are so many different influences in New Orleans it will amaze you. It shows in the…

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New Orleans: Taste the French Quarter

Join us in New Orleans, where there’s music everywhere you stroll and one of America’s most extraordinary local cuisines is better than ever. Wine Spectator associate editor Mitch Frank is your guide. Duration : 0:3:5

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