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New Orleans Louisiana is home to some of the best american history and some of the worst. It is home to cayanne pepper suace and tobasco, as well as vampires, frech history, the Louisiana Purchase, Plantaions (the good and the bad), The movie Candyman, cemertaires and haunted tours, the Bayou and airboat rides, gumbo and much much more!

There is no way for me to get to all of the fun, so I will keep on adding to this page when I get a chance and am always opened to adding to the site with your reviews and comments.

The French Market in The French Quarter

The French Market in The French Quarter is a bazzar and flea market a notch above the rest. You can find everything from fresh meats and fish to mardi gras beads and masks to original artowrk and knock off designer bags and wallets.
At the end of the market you will find Cafe Dumond which is the famoud place for coffee and the fired dough Beniets (spelled wrong) as well as Jackson square a couple blocks up and the enormous Mississippi river.
When you visit New Orleans you need to stop here to buy your souveniers. Not only will you see New Orleans culture up close and personal, but you will find everything you will see across the city at a fraction of the price!

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