Vikings won a big match against Saints, the Monday Night Football, on 6th October
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French Quarter Suites and The New Orleans Courtyard Hotel invites you to experience New Orleans in a legendary French Quarter neighborhood where trumpeter Wynton Marsalis first picked up his horn & Jazz legends the like of Cannonball Adderly once played–all a stone’s throw from Congo Square–where Jazz “was born.”
Steps away, you’ll find celebrated Bourbon Street, New Orleans world renown restaurants, irresistible shopping and the many attractions & destinations that make the Crescent City one of the most popular and loved travel destinations in the world.
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http://nolabootcamp.com new orleans boot camp and personal training program
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This New Orleans resort is located at the edge of the French Quarter and within walking distance of the citys attractions, restaurants and shops. For award-winning Italian cuisine, dine at the intimate 4-star-rated Cafe Giovanni next door to the resort. After dinner stroll to the historic French Quarter and listen to the soulful sounds of New Orleans jazz as the irresistible aroma of Creole and Cajun food fills the Quarter. Or, walk across the street from the resort and try your hand—poker hand that is—at Harrahs Casino. Plus, renowned Bourbon Street is only two blocks away. This Bluegreen resort is close to everywhere you want to be during your New Orleans vacation.
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Live video of the storm making landfall in New Orleans. HurricaneNow.com’s Jeff Flock reports from the roof of a parking garage (Peters and University) during the landfall of Hurricane Katrina on Monday August 29.
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A collage of photos taken during a trip to New Orleans, accompanied by the music of clifton chenier & the red hot louisiana band – new orleans -le città musicali – harmonica zydeco.
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I was in the French Quarter and managed to get these Aggie fans (students?, band?) on film. They are singing the Aggie War Hymn. (That’s Texas A&M for those who haven’t caught up yet). Anyway, they were so loud and spirited that they were stopping both foot and car traffic in the French Quarter of New Orleans during Mardi Gras. I feel lucky to have seen this. Here are the lyrics to the song they were singing:
Goodbye to texas university,
so long to the orange and the white.
Good luck to the dear old Texas Aggies,
they are the ones who show the real old fight.
“The eyes of Texas are upon you,”
that is the song they sing so well (sounds like hell).
So goodbye to texas university,
we’re gonna beat you all to
Rough tough real stuff Texas A&M.
Saw varsity’s horns off, saw varsity’s horns off.
Saw varsity’s horns off, SHORT! Ay!
Varsity’s horns are sawed off, varsity’s horns are sawed off.
Varsity’s horns are sawed off, SHORT! Ayyyyyyyy!
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As the five year anniversary of hurricane Katrina dawns on the Gulf Coast, many residents are still rebuilding their homes. Mark Strassmann brings the story of some of those rebuilding their homes and lives in New Orleans.
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