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FRENCH COUNTRY COTTAGE: HOLIDAY MAGIC

New Orleans--I have never visited the true South, and I know I am missing out on some culture and fine cuisine! New Orleans has some of the richest to offer of both, and I know that no one has truly experience the U.A until a Mardi Gras in New Orleans!

Street light in the French Quarter the Friday before Mardi Gras

Street light in the French Quarter the Friday before Mardi Gras -- NOLA love seeing the beads in the French Quarter!

Huge crowd packs Bourbon Street on Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras, New Orleans, Louisiana USA

Bourbon Street on Mardi Gras Day. Mardi Gras translates from French to English as Fat Tuesday. The day before Ash Wednesday and the start of Lent for Catholics.

Once owned by world-famous author, Ann Rice, this historic New Orleans Victorian boasts a large entry hall with stained glass windows and a mahogany and cypress staircase dating back to the 1880s.

New Orleans, La. Once owned by world-famous author, Ann Rice, this historic New Orleans Victorian boasts a large entry hall with stained glass windows and a mahogany and cypress staircase dating back to the

Celebrating Mardi Gras in New Orleans is definitely on my bucket list

Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans is definitely on my bucket list.I think that I may say that an American has not seen the United States until he has seen Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

Hampstead Heath, London The Hill Garden is a like a special 'secret garden' in Hampstead wood.

turquoise on Royal Street - New Orleans

TURQUOISE ON ROYAL

Turquoise Shutters Glistened Like, precious Stones, on Royal Street As, mesmerized Kings and queens Wandered The French Quarter, of New Orleans

Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Bourbon Street March 2014

Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Bourbon Street or Rue Bourbon looks like this every night. During Mardi Gras it looks like this

from chippy French Quarter homes to the massive mansions of St. Charles Street, see some of New Orleans beautiful and eclectic architecture

southern Abode: French Quarter homes to the massive mansions of St. Charles Street, see some of New Orleans beautiful and eclectic architecture

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