City tour pictures

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  1. someguy

    someguy WWMD?

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    Curiousboygeorge wants a post, here is a tour of New Orleans.

    Car pics at the end. :)

    My street

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    I saw an accident last week when one of these hit a Lexus. The streetcar won.
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    President of Tulane's house
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    One of the most expensive homes in the city
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    Stop sign vandalized by leftists this spring, other say "STOP Bush," "STOP war" etc...
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    Above ground graves
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    Huge Oak tree in Audubon Park
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    Where they will eventually have to lock me up...
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    One of the best restaurants in the world, Commander's Palace
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    Coffee shop
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    Whole Foods grocery store, formerly a city bus storage wharehouse
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    Mississippi river
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    The pig
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    more pig
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    Closest bar to me, really nice. Popular place, Columns Hotel
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  2. LBKornhusker

    LBKornhusker Muscular cyborg German dude dances with sexy Frenc

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    Whole Foods rocks!!

    Nice city too! The Tulane president doesn't live on campus? Hmm, maybe Iowa State is just different then....
     
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    I look through all those pictures and only 2 pics of the Bimmer. :squint:

    Cool pics though. :cool:
     
  4. someguy

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    It is like a block away.
     
  5. ride365

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    a long time ago i visited Tulane, had breakfast at Camilla's Grill [not worth the wait], looked in the window of K-Paul's [they were closed] and saw "Song of the South" at Prytania Theatre.
     

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