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

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

Louisiana

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3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana

  • French Quarter: Downtown neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Louisiana Facts:

    • Breaux Bridge is known as the “Crawfish Capital of the World”.
    • Saint Joseph’s Cemetery, the only known United States cemetery facing north-south is in Rayne.
    • The city of Kaplan is referred to as “The Most Cajun place on earth”.
    • The Harvey Canal Locks near Westwego connect the Mississippi River to the Harvey Canal. Back in the 1800s the locks served as ferries to transport railroad cars from one side of the canal to the other. Workers would then reunite the railroad cars on land. This service may have sparked the name of the town. According to one local folk tale, trainmen would shout “West We Go” as the railroad cars were reconnected and pulled out of the station.
    • Bourbon Street isn’t named after the alcohol.
    Louisiana
    La Louisiane(Cajun French)
    State of Louisiana
    État de Louisiane (French)
    Nickname(s):

    • Pelican State (official)
    • Bayou State
    • Creole State
    • Sportsman's Paradise
    • The Boot
    Motto(s):

    Union, Justice, Confidence
    Anthem:

    Map of the United States with Louisiana highlighted

    Map of the United States with Louisiana highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Territory of Orleans
    Admitted to the Union April 30, 1812 (18th)
    Capital Baton Rouge
    Largest city New Orleans[1][2][3]
    Largest metro and urban areas Greater New Orleans
    Government

    Governor John Bel Edwards (D)
    Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser (R)
    Legislature State Legislature
    Upper house State Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Louisiana Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Bill Cassidy (R)
    John Kennedy (R)
    U.S. House delegation 5 Republicans
    1 Democrat (list)
    Area

    •Total 52,069.13sqmi (135,382km2)
    •Land 43,601sqmi (112,927km2)
    •Water 8,283sqmi (21,455km2) 15%
    •Rank 31st
    Dimensions

    •Length 379mi (610km)
    •Width 130mi (231km)
    Elevation

    100ft (30m)
    Highestelevation

    535ft (163m)
    Lowestelevation

    −8ft (−2.5m)
    Population

    (2020)
    •Total 4,657,757
    •Rank 25th
    •Density 106.9/sqmi (41.3/km2)
    •Rank 23rd
    Median household income

    $49,973[6]
    •Income rank

    47th
    Demonym(s) Louisianian
    Louisianais (Cajun or Creole heritage)
    Luisiano (Spanish descendants during rule of New Spain)
    Language

    Official language No official language
    Spoken language As of 2010[7]

    Time zone UTC−06:00 (Central)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    LA
    ISO 3166 code US-LA
    Traditional abbreviation La.
    Latitude 28° 56′ N to 33° 01′ N
    Longitude 88° 49′ W to 94° 03′ W
    Website louisiana.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
    https://youtu.be/Gi6dZVhOWw8

    5 Ways to Get Arrested at Mardi Gras
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    5 Must Eats of New Orleans
    https://youtu.be/tDjsEB-W4E8

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    https://youtu.be/szbyA3Bic_w

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    12 thoughts on “Visit New Orleans – The Don’ts of Visiting New Orleans

    1. If the military don't expose what it hides beneath the Andrew Jackson Square Statue. Would mean that US military is in on Covering up black slavery for who owned it before it became a National Military Park with the President on a horse. Doing the military cleansing with saltwater mixture of our Military Park will free US Military from some Dark Magic✨🤔and military be more positive with the Ley Lines it sits on…even I think military anthem plays to with Retreat etc. Drive the AIDS riddle bums away. With Werewolf Royce Allison OTO Knights Templars Roman Catholic who owes me $1500, he claimed Andrew Jackson Square he Is the King of Jackson Square the military Park. Send a message to Roman Catholic and Knights Templars that Jackson Square is military not Slave hanging area anymore removing the human spirits…even Tourist spirits…they just keep add darkness to the US military….I want them to see me apply the saltwater mixture to Jackson Square think it will be Funny🤣😇✨⚖️ You know 4 🌟 General Mattis Sir, Slavery is a old term for Human Trafficking…and By stick a #7 President Andrew Jackson Statue covering the Lift gate of the Slave AKA Human Trafficking tunnels…mean US military protects and supports Human Trafficking in USA… Let's lift the military image of not supporting human trafficking and expose the land owners before Andrew Jackson Square in New Orleans LA outside of St… Cathedral, supposedly all connected to Port of New Orleans could do a Display with cannon Fire would be cool for the tour of the US military Park through the Slave/human trafficking now US military tunnels when it's time for retreat

    2. This is really accurate especially about the food and played back but don't be out too late and especially not your kids. But any other time is fine. Don't be scared and don't wonder down any strange ally ways.

    3. 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.

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