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A  Street Car Named Desire

New Orleans Virtual Tour and Travel Guide


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Ed Prifogle
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New Orleans is in its way the most distinct city in the US. Its uniqueness is that it is one of the few cities whose primary tourist attractions are directed to partying and  having fun. The cusine is extraordinary, the culture is unique with it blend of Creole, Cajun, and Afro-American roots. Mardi Gras in New Orleans is a spectaclular event.  Take the VIRTUAL TOUR and then view this list of 100+ links and the TRVEL GUIDE LINKS to learn more about this city, where to book a room, or automobile,  how to book a tour, and general information of New Orleans attractions. Look at this discount coupon page to save money at New Orleans Hotels and Restaurants.
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VIRTUAL TOUR



  1. Start off your tour by  watching New Orleans Channel 6 for the latest news and events and viewing the Bourbon Street Web Cam and slide show.
  2. View the Mardi Gras Parade cam
  3. Look at these great photographs while listening  to Cajun Music
  4. Watch this 5 minute 56k | 100k | 300k | Broadband movie about the City on the Bayou.
  5. Then take a panoramic tour of the French Quarter.
  6. Watch all these multimedia presentations including live TV, streams and video clips
  7. Walk the city interactively. The Mardi Gras (see panoramas) should not be missed.

  8. See these video clips to catch the flavor of New Orleans.
  9. Eating at the three famous world class restaurants

    1. Antoines
    2. Brennans
    3. The Court of Two Sisters
    are life remembering experiences.

  10. View these web cams of Bourbon Street

  11. A riverboat ride on the Mississippi is wonderful.

  12. Visit jazz and strip clubs that align Bourbon Street

  13. Listening to this soulful music and earthy performances and watching the marching bands are what New Orleans is all about. The music is everything from Jazz to Cajun.

  14.   Hear this interesting narrative about the Voodoo museum.

    The ambiance of the city is ante-bellum French Creole.

  15. See these panoramic views.

  16. Watch these two video clips about eating in New Orleans and its black hertitage.
    The native dialect reminds one of Southern Brooklynesse.

  17. And yes, there is a Streetcar named Desire.

  18. Visit New Orleans in the fall, winter and early spring.
    The summers are sub-tropical.
    Other attraction not to be missed are visits to Lake Ponchatran, and the plantations

  19. Take a ride to Baton Rogue to visit the State Capital. Also take a day trip to the Delta to visit the Cajun country.

  20. Read what visitors say about this interesting city.

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TRAVEL GUIDE LINKS

Adult Resources
AIRLINE-Southwest
Airport
Amusement Park/Boat Rides
BEST INFO-Frommers
B & B's
Bus Tours
City Guide
Cyber Cafes
Dining 
Emergency
Entertainment
Fun
History
Hostels
Hotels
Maps
Medical 
Military Lodgings
Museums
Nightlife
OFFICIAL City Site 
Photos
Public Trans.
Search 
Shopping
Soper Dome
Tourist Bureau
Travel Guide-Fodors
US Consulate
VT Site
Weather
 Web Cams
Zoos and Aquariums|

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