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Re: July 11, 2018: New Orleans Streetcars

George G. ·
Pittsburgh residents also call them streetcars. They were such an easy way to get around when I was a youngster. Not sure if the city has them any longer, but I took the German Strassenbahn's many times during my 18 years of living in that country. Unlimited weekly tickets made it a breeze to get around the cities.
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Re: July 11, 2018: New Orleans Streetcars

Samantha ·
HI George. I hope they still have them in Pittsburgh. It is on our bucket list and would love to ride them around the city Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Walking through New Orleans...nibbling

Ron B. ·
What's gonnin' on Paul? No breakfast at Angelina? No muffaletta at Napoleon House? No pastry at Sucre? Appreciate you got to Cochon, but did you go next door to the butcher? And the best shrimp and grits in town is at Atchafalaya.
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Re: Walking through New Orleans...nibbling

PHeymont ·
Sorry, but we had a train to catch! Next time, come along...
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Re: Walking through New Orleans...nibbling

Jonathan L ·
It all looks great, but no fired pickles?
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Re: Walking through New Orleans...nibbling

PHeymont ·
Sorry...not on the tour (and frankly, not on my mind, either!)
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Re: New Orleans Winter Walking

HistoryDigger ·
Thank you. Laura Plantation is at the top of my places to visit and revisit.
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Re: New Orleans Winter Walking

DrFumblefinger ·
It's a beautiful hike, Whitney! I dislike the heat and humidity of New Orleans' summer, but this time of year sounds inviting and it's obviously charming! And while it's cold, winter is also beautiful. Here's a photo from my favorite place to hike, a 1 minute walk from my home, Fish Creek Provincial Park. We hike here along the Bow River in all four seasons, including winter. Snow slows you a little but it's not that deep as a rule. If it gets icy, you use microspikes.
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Re: New Orleans Winter Walking

Travel Rob ·
Great piece! I especially love your last photograph!
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The RiverWalk and Outlet Collection - New Orleans, Louisiana

Samantha ·
Samantha and her husband had a wonderful time walking around the RiverWalk in NOLA. They saw the Mississippi River, the Creole Queen Ship & the Outlet Collection.
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Musical Legends Park: Louisiana Celebrates Musical Greats

Samantha ·
Music is a big part of Louisiana's cultures; Join Samantha on a visit to a park that honors its masters.
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Sights and Sounds of the French Quarter, New Orleans

Samantha ·
Samantha shares some of the interesting sights and sounds she experienced on her recent trip to the French Quarter in New Orleans.
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Saint Louis Cathedral, New Orleans French Quarter

Samantha ·
Samantha concludes her series on the French Quarter in New Orleans by sharing the beautiful Saint Louis Cathedral.
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Jan. 10, 2018: Mike the Tiger VII, LSU School Mascot

Samantha ·
Samantha takes us to visit a young tiger who's having fun despite his imoortant job.
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July 11, 2018: New Orleans Streetcars

Samantha ·
Samantha and her husband enjoyed riding the numerous streetcars that run throughout the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Walking through New Orleans...nibbling

PHeymont ·
Visiting the variety of New Orleans food on a walk through the French Quarter.
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Louisiana's Spectacular State Capitol - The Pelican State

Samantha ·
While in New Orleans for New Years Eve, Samantha and her husband took a road trip to Baton Rouge to check out the Louisiana State Capitol Building. It was still decked out for Christmas. So beautiful..
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Memories of Iconic Bourbon Street, New Orleans

Samantha ·
Samantha shares her exciting time on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. It's something you have to experience for yourself to understand.
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New Orleans Winter Walking

HistoryDigger ·
Winter visitors can see a quieter city, especially by escaping on foot or bike to the edges.
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How an Eco Entrepreneur Finds Success With a Swamp Tour

Jacob William ·
In remote areas of New Orleans Kayak, you can find a serene desert, often spared by man. Let's be honest, that's what everyone wants to see. A number of different groups will take you deep into these remote areas of Louisiana and guide you through the swamps, bringing you closer to wildlife. Along the way, you will hear the stories of the swamps; learn about their stories and their mysteries. The best guides will tell you about the pirates who once visited these swamps and the big foot...
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Dec. 12, 2018: New Orleans Chrismtas Tree

Samantha ·
Samantha shares the huge Christmas tree in the Crescent City.
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Re: Jan. 10, 2018: Mike the Tiger VII, LSU School Mascot

DrFumblefinger ·
I think tigers are the most beautiful animals in the world! So beautiful to look at -- yet at some level terrifying.
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Re: Jan. 10, 2018: Mike the Tiger VII, LSU School Mascot

Samantha ·
Thanks for the comment DrFumbleFinger. He is beautiful, but I was very happy for the glass and fences between us, lol.
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8 Free Things To Do in New Orleans, Louisiana

Samantha ·
Samantha looks forward to another visit to the Crescent City and has a full plan of free events to share!
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