New Orleans Louisiana: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained

New Orleans Louisiana: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained

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3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana

  • Lake Pontchartrain Causeway: Longest continuous bridge over water in the world, located at Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans, Louisiana.
    • Myrtles Plantation: Historic plantation and bed & breakfast in St. Francisville, Louisiana.

    Louisiana Facts:

    • Louisiana is the only state in the union that does not have counties. Its political subdivisions are called parishes.
    • Louisiana’s first territorial governor, William C.C. Claiborne had great admiration for the awkward bird that inhabited the Gulf Coast region. The pelican, rather than let its young starve, would tear at its own flesh to feed them. The Governor’s great respect for the Pelican led him to first use the Pelican symbol on official documents.
    • Rayne is known as the “The Frog Capital of the World”.
    • A haunted mansion sits in the French Quarter.
    • Orleans Parish is the third-most-populous in Louisiana.
    Club Sport League Venue (capacity) Founded Titles Record attendance
    New Orleans Saints American football NFL Caesars Superdome (73,208) 1967 1 73,373
    New Orleans Pelicans Basketball NBA Smoothie King Center (16,867) 2002 0 18,444
    New Orleans Jesters Soccer NPSL Pan American Stadium (5,000) 2003 0 5,000


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    00:00 Intro
    01:22 About New Orleans
    03:03 Cemetery Tour – French Quarter Phantoms
    03:45 French Quarter
    04:59 Studio Be
    05:45 Mardi Gras World
    07:32 Vampire Cafe
    08:59 St Charles Streetcar
    10:38 City Park
    11:59 Mandeville Lakefront
    12:50 Audubon Park
    13:37 Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve
    14:13 Airboat Adventures
    15:16 Crescent Park
    16:34 Oak Alley Plantation
    18:32 Geologie
    20:39 Brennan's
    21:27 Napoleon House
    22:12 Jacques-Imo's
    22:55 Katie's
    23:22 Parkway Bakery & Tavern
    24:10 Central Grocery
    24:53 Neyow's Creole Café
    25:45 Crawfish?
    26:16 Cafe du Monde vs Morning Call
    28:40 Erin Rose
    29:29 Southern Candymakers
    29:56 Hansen's Sno-Bliz
    30:42 Haydel's Bakery
    32:19 Bayou Beer Garden
    32:48 Wrong Iron On The Greenway
    33:04 Hot Tin
    33:30 The Rum House
    34:00 Urban South Brewery
    34:42 Gazebo Cafe
    35:20 The World Famous Cats Meow
    35:43 Beach On Bourbon
    35:50 The Carousel Bar & Lounge
    36:03 Pat O'Brien's
    36:14 Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
    36:29 D.b.a.
    36:47 The Maison
    37:01 Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits
    37:27 Elizabeth's
    37:46 Outro

    Cemetery Tour –
    French Quarter –
    Studio Be –
    Mardi Gras World –
    Vampire Cafe – />St Charles Streetcar –
    City Park –
    Mandeville Lakefront –
    Brooks' Bicycle Co-op and Museum –
    Audubon Park –
    Audubon Park Loop –
    Butterfly Pavilion –
    Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve –
    Palmetto Trail –
    Airboat Adventures – />Crescent Park –
    Oak Alley Plantation – />RESTAURANTS:
    Brennan's – />Napoleon House – />Jacques-Imo's – />Katie's –
    Parkway Bakery & Tavern –
    Central Grocery –
    Neyow's Creole Café – />Cafe du Monde –
    Morning Call –
    Erin Rose –
    Southern Candymakers –
    Hansen's Sno-Bliz – />Haydel's Bakery –
    Bayou Beer Garden –
    Wrong Iron On The Greenway –
    Hot Tin –
    The Rum House –
    Urban South Brewery –
    Gazebo Cafe –
    The World Famous Cats Meow –
    Beach On Bourbon – />The Carousel Bar & Lounge –
    Pat O'Brien's – />Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar –
    D.b.a. –
    The Maison – />Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits – />Elizabeth's – />
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    13 thoughts on “New Orleans Louisiana: Cool Things To Do // Destinations Explained

    1. Thanks to the author of the channel for this fascinating video! It is interesting to see how people live in other countries! It is very important to know foreign languages on such trips. I would like to recommend to all travelers a practical guide to learning foreign languages by Yuriy Ivantsiv " Polyglot Notes. Practical tips for learning foreign languages". This book contains a lot of useful tips on how to learn a foreign language for tourists, students, entrepreneurs and anyone who needs a foreign language in life. There are a lot of good tips on how to solve problems with the language from beginner to advanced level of language learning. It turns out that the traveler only needs to know a few dialogues and you can easily travel around the world! You don't have to spend a lot of time to fully learn a foreign language, you just need to learn what you can use when you travel. I wish everyone exciting travels!

    2. One of THEE most comprehensive NOLA videos!!! Very thorough. I’m going solo this weekend and as much as I want to party. I want more culture too. You hit it all out the park!

    3. ur a farking sluot. ever been there besides being raised there? you're a garbage critic and a garbage person. you're a disrespect to this country and the city you "claim" to represent. this is the most disrespect ever to the historics of our country. not just for the historics of civil war debates, but the historics of all politics. get back down there, dig the vibes given to the actual people dealt with cards they don't accept, and support the people who are still down there who have to deal with "mardi gras" world you moron

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