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Where are some nice French Attractions in the US besides New Orleans?


The country of France in Epcot at Walt Disney World. There were a lot of authentic French people working there. And yes, I know it is a theme park, but hey!


Texarkana Announcements: Copeland’s Restaurant

City Manager Harold Boldt and Economic Development Advisor Kenny Haskin announce that Copeland’s New Orleans style Restaurant and Bar will be coming to Texarkana, Arkansas at Crossroads Business Park. 1-26-10

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New Orleans attractions, the French Quarter and beyond – Guest

bookit.com New Orleans, Louisiana, also known as the “Big Easy” or the Crescent City is a destination of travel with one of the unique attractions, hotels and events. Bourbon-soaked neon streets during Mardi Gras to the festival grounds at the Jazz Fest, this city knows how to throw a party. And what a great party without food? New Orleans knows how to blow up a notch with Cajun and Creole fare that is world renowned.


New york street attraction

There is a lot of street attractions in New York. This is just one of them.

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What site will ship authentic new orleans food?

So I have purchased gift baskets from Chicago before that comes with hot dogs and cheesecake and pizza etc. Is there any place that will do this with authentic new orleans food?

Thanks!

Try UPS or FedEx.

PLCG~


What is the price range of alcohol on Bourbon Street in New Orleans, LA?

I would like to know how much it would be to get a beer or hurricane on bourbon street…

In most bars on Bourbon St., beer is about $5 each. However, if you get an early start, many of them offer Happy Hour until 8pm, where you can get 2 for the price of 1.


Disneyfreak Presents #13: New Orleans Square

Hey everybody! This is some info about New Orleans Square at Disneyland, California. It is a little random, but that is what makes it fun! Please email me at buster288@comcast.net if you have a topic for futer episodes or if you want to know more. That is the quickest way to reach me. Have a magical day, everybody! Subscribe!

I do not own anything discussed in this video, including, but not limited to, the Gammage, Mary Poppins, Broadway across America, Disney, Disneyland, and Lucas Entertainment. The background music is not owned by me either. I hereby give up all rights to copy and distribute my videos as long as no content is changed and a link is given to youtube.com/disneyfreak288.

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Louisiana Attractions

http://www.LouisianaBeautiful.com – Louisiana Attractions

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how much is a cab from Navy lodge in New Orleans to French quarter?

I wanna go to halloeen party on the 31st of Oct but hotels around french quarter are very expensive. Navy lodge is only $65 per night but its about 7miles away from French Quarter. Do you have any motels around french quarter around $100 or should I stay at navy lodge and catch a cam to french quarter?

Halloween has become like a one-night Mardi Gras and the only hotels still available downtown are expensive. Do check just before Halloween as hotels may have some cancellations. Any hotel in the French Quarter, Central Business District, Warehouse District or on Saint Charles Avenue uptown will be more convenient than staying at the Navy Lodge. Exception: The "Canal Street Hotel" on Canal Street used to be a Days Inn but has fallen on hard times (don’t stay there).

Call United Cab to ask about the cost of the ride:

http://www.unitedcabs.com/

Note that you only need to take a taxi to the ferry landing going to the FQ. However, the ferry stops running at Midnight and you will have to take a taxi all the way back unless you call it a night in time to catch the last one:

http://www.friendsoftheferry.org/

Hope you have a great time!


Stephen Perry New Orleans

New Orleans Tourism Gushes Success Despite Oil Misperceptions

Stephen Perry, President and C.E.O. of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau

BACKGROUND:

If you travel to New Orleans in search of the oil disaster, you will be happily disappointed. But if you travel to New Orleans in search of fabulous restaurants, spectacular family attractions, iconic architecture and live music, your efforts will be greatly rewarded.

August, 2010 finds New Orleans at the top of its tourism game – and 100 miles from any traces of the oil disaster in The Gulf of Mexico. Yet, The Crescent City once again finds itself reminding the world it is open for the business of travel.

More than 1,000 restaurants are currently operating in New Orleans, and they are not all steakhouses. Seafood such as shrimp, soft-shell crabs and redfish dominate the menus of the city’s top restaurants, ensuring travelers that everything they know and love about New Orleans is waiting.

Stephen Perry, President and CEO of the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, and an Obama appointee to the U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board, is available to speak with you about New Orleans and its thriving tourism industry. Battling both public misperception about the oil spill and the regular sluggish summer season, Mr. Perry and his staff have managed to turn 2010 into one of the best years yet for New Orleans travel.

Tourism is responsible for 30% of The City of New Orleans’ operating budget and employs 70,000 people throughout the region. For the first time in 5 years, New Orleans made Travel & Leisure’s top 10 U.S./Canadian Cities, joining New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington D.C. and others on the prestigious list.

For more information, visit www.thisjustinneworleans.com

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