Real Estate Tips:
Keep in mind that there are investment opportunities past just traditional stocks and bonds. Commodities are an asset class with both risks and rewards but can provide hedges against inflation. Also look at real estate income trusts to invest into the real estate market without being tied to individual pieces of property. Sometimes the best investment is your own venture. If you are not comfortable with the world of finance and big spenders, then invest in something like real estate that you can improve and resell. This is especially wise if you have skills that are needed to improve a property to increase it's resale value.
3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana
- Lake Pontchartrain Causeway: Longest continuous bridge over water in the world, located at Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Baton Rouge Zoo: Zoo in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
- The Superdome in New Orleans is the worlds largest steel-constructed room unobstructed by posts. Height: 273 feet (82.3 meters), Diameter of Dome: 680 feet (210 meters), Area of Roof: 9.7 acres, Interior Space: 125,000,000 cubic feet, Total floor footage: 269,000 sq. ft. (82,342 sq. meters), Electrical Wiring: 400 miles (640 kilometers)
- The Union Cottonseed Oil Mill of West Monroe was in the planning stages as early as 1883. By 1887, it provided the area with many jobs for the laborers of the area. The Union Oil Mill is the oldest industry in Ouachita Parish.
- French speaking Acadians in the mid-1700s settled the Lafayette Parish region of south Louisiana. The Acadians were joined by another group of settlers called Creoles, descendants of African, West Indian, and European pioneers. At the time of the migration, Louisiana was under Spanish rule and authorities welcomed the new settlers.
- Pineville is home to a one of a kind museum called the Old Town Hall Museum. It is the only museum in the entire state of Louisiana dedicated to municipal government.
- Canal Street is one of America’s widest roads.
New Orleans, Louisiana
|City of New Orleans|
“The Crescent City”, “The Big Easy”, “The City That Care Forgot”, “NOLA”, “The City of Yes”, “Hollywood South”
|Named for||Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (1674–1723)|
|•Mayor||LaToya Cantrell (D)|
|•Council||New Orleans City Council|
|•Consolidated city-parish||349.85sqmi (906.10km2)|
|Elevation||−6.5 to 20ft (−2 to 6m)|
|•Metro||1,270,530 (US: 45th)|
|Time zone||UTC−6 (CST)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−5 (CDT)|
|GNIS feature ID||1629985|
|Public transport||New Orleans Regional Transit Authority|
|Primary airport||Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport|
New Orleans – known for its great food, great music, and carnival atmosphere. Check out the best sights to see in the city, here.
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Dive headfirst into a melting pot of French, African, and Brazilian culture meshed with many different religions, foods, and of course jazz. Let the good times roll in the French Quarter, the birthplace of jazz, when you visit its numerous bars, clubs, and restaurants. To really kick up your partying skills a notch, head to Bourbon Street, where festivals and late nights are a way of life.
Your #vacation should include a #visit to Jackson Square, where you can tour historic buildings like the beautiful St. Louis Cathedral. Plan a trip to Memorial Hall and learn about the Civil War, or walk through Lafayette Cemetery to see one of the country’s most haunted graveyards.
You’ll find an assortment of galleries and boutiques throughout the city, so you can satisfy your desire for art and shopping.
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0:00 – New Orleans
1:18 – French Quarter
1:46 – Jackson Square
2:00 – St. Louis Cathedral
2:08 – Cabildo and the Presbytere
2:20 – 1850 House
2:28 – New Orleans Jazz Museum
2:47 – Warehouse District
2:58 – Memorial Hall
3:08 – National World War II Museum
3:18 – Lafayette Cemetery
3:43 – Commander's Palace Restaurant
3:53 – Audubon Park
4:15 – New Orleans Museum of Art
4:28 – Mardi Gras Museum
5:00 – Frenchman Street and Bourbon Street