Visit New Orleans – The Don’ts of Visiting New Orleans

Visit New Orleans – The Don’ts of Visiting New Orleans

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3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana

  • Whitney Plantation: Museum devoted to slavery, located in Wallace, Louisiana.
    • Myrtles Plantation: Historic plantation and bed & breakfast in St. Francisville, Louisiana.

    Louisiana Facts:

    • Louisiana is the only state that still refers to the Napoleonic Code in its state law.
    • Baton Rouge’s flag is a field of crimson representing the great Indian nations that once inhabited the area.
    • The city of Kaplan is referred to as “The Most Cajun place on earth”.
    • The Creole House in French Settlement was built of cypress wood. It is typical of the dwellings built in the late 1800’s because cypress was so plentiful in the surrounding swamps.
    • 25% of the United States’ fish species live in the Mississippi River.
    New Orleans, Louisiana
    La Nouvelle-Orléans(French)
    City of New Orleans
    Official seal of New Orleans, Louisiana

    Nickname(s):

    “The Crescent City”, “The Big Easy”, “The City That Care Forgot”, “NOLA”, “The City of Yes”, “Hollywood South”

    Interactive map of New Orleans
    Coordinates:

    29°57′N 90°05′W / 29.95°N 90.08°W / 29.95; -90.08Coordinates: 29°57′N 90°05′W / 29.95°N 90.08°W / 29.95; -90.08

    Country United States
    State Louisiana
    Parish Orleans
    Founded 1718; 304years ago(1718)
    Named for Philippe II, Duke of Orléans (1674–1723)
    Government

    •Type Mayor–council
    Mayor LaToya Cantrell (D)
    Council New Orleans City Council
    Area

    Consolidated city-parish 349.85sqmi (906.10km2)
    •Land 169.42sqmi (438.80km2)
    •Water 180.43sqmi (467.30km2)
    •Metro

    3,755.2sqmi (9,726.6km2)
    Elevation

    −6.5 to 20ft (−2 to 6m)
    Population

    Consolidated city-parish 383,997
    •Density 2,267/sqmi (875/km2)
    Metro

    1,270,530 (US: 45th)
    Demonym(s) New Orleanian
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    Area code(s) 504
    FIPS code 22-55000
    GNIS feature ID 1629985
    Interstates
    U.S. Highways
    State highways
    Public transport New Orleans Regional Transit Authority
    Primary airport Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
    Website nola.gov

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    New Orleans, The Big Easy is one of the best tourist destinations in the USA. From the historic architecture in the French Quarter, to the parties on Bourbon Street, to the Fun of Mardi Gras, the city has so many things for tourists to do and see. Well, this video goes into the other side of traveling to New Orleans. We are talking about what tourists should not do when they visit New Orleans. From Not Falling for the “I Bet I Know Where You Got Your Shoes” trick, to Safety Issues, to Not Missing Out on All the Great activities, here are the Don'ts of Visiting New Orleans.
    Filmed in New Orleans, LA
    Copyright Mark Wolters 2018

    The Don'ts of Mardi Gras
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    8 thoughts on “Visit New Orleans – The Don’ts of Visiting New Orleans

    1. The only reason I'm going to New Orleans is to learn more about my AfricanAmerican heritage particularly NewOrleans Voodoo, rebellions, cuisine, plantations of chattel enslaved Africans & Indigenous American history (etc). Very kid friendly for me. The only reason I'd go to Europe is for similar reasons, especially the looted African artifacts, documentation on colonies & info on slave ports etc. I'm not going to NO for an Aquarium.

    2. Geesh, ,man. about half the population of New Orleans pronounces it with one of the forms you insist is a no-no.

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