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Pirates Alley, French Quarter, New Orleans
French Quarters - New Orleans, LA -- My most favorite place!
New Orleans is such a cool city with beautiful buildings
New Orleans, French Quarter, Colorful. I want to live here
New Orleans. The Big Easy.
New Orleans! Take a night on Bourbon street, but really travel and see everything! Try every restaurant, have a beignet at the Cafe du Monde, shop till you drop, take a Gator Swamp tour, grab a drink and listen to a jazz band, etc!
Cool NEW ORLEANS GETAWAY Vacation - Monograms® Travel picture
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mardi gras | Mardi Gras-Inspired Party Favors — Trueblu
Amazon.com: 33 Inch 07mm Round Metallic 6 Color Mardi Gras Beads - 6 Dozen (72 Necklaces): Toys & Games
I love to make jewelry!
Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler (Let the Good Times Roll) Happy Mardi Gras!
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mardi gras lights . . . . .
Nerdy glasses at night with fantastic bokeh... Awesome ..
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A pleasant Saturday afternoon spent going along the Mississippi aboard the Natchez.
Steamboat Natchez The New Orleans Steamboat Company locally owns and operates the last authentic Steamboat on the Mighty Mississippi River. The Natchez offers Dinner Jazz cruises The Steamboat NATCHEZ Dinner Jazz and Daytime jazz cruises
This classic Mississippi riverboat sails three times daily, traditional New Orleans jazz is featured.
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Cruise along the Mississippi river on the Natchez Steamboat in New Orleans - Planned February 2015 - TICKED
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Creole Crawfish Boil. This screams NOLA!
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New Orleans, Louisiana, USA - French Quarter. Favorite place to vacation!
New Orleans #FrenchQuarter
New Orleans Bourbon Street & French Quarter
French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana. Bucket List
New Orleans! Experiencing Mardi Gras is on my bucket list.
3 kings cake
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Couronne des Rois Bordelaise (Epiphany / King Cake from Southwest France)
Healthiest Paleo Recipes!!! http://paleorecipecbook.tumblr.com/
nola at night
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Beside the Mississippi, New Orleans
The Moon Walk along the Mississippi River in New Orleans--A riverside boulevard along the banks of the Mississippi River made during the 1970s, the Moon Walk is a famous destination among both New Orleans locals and tourists who want to watch boats or relax while listening to a street musical act.
Turns out us Louisvillians are pretty smart, but you already knew that didn't you smartypants. #Louisville number 5 on the Forbes list of Americas New Brainpower Cities
Louisiana: New Orleans view of Mississippi River Bridge/ Mississippi River Walk.
fleur de lis
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Fleur De Lys
cast iron fleur de lis
fleur de lis wrought iron fence
My Dream home would have a wrought iron fence like this! I love it!
But how did this tradition come to be? And more importantly what do those beads stand for? The bead phenomena is a relatively new one considering that while the first Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans occurred in the 1830s, it wasn’t until the Rex parade threw inexpensive handmade glass necklaces sometime in the 1920s that the tradition was born.