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DescriptionSandra Bullock once said, "I love New Orleans. I love the way it looks. I love the way it feels." And while this destination has been through its fair share of struggles, New Orleans has emerged even stronger and more culturally intoxicating than before. With people, food, music, and passion that just cannot be found anywhere else in the world, New Orleans is the kind of vacation that just can't be duplicated. Museums spotlight the culture and history of New Orleans, but both can be experienced simply by walking the streets. Strike up a conversation with a local about Saints football or gumbo, and you'll get an instant lesson in all things New Orleans.The live music and nightlife alone draw millions of visitors every year. But perhaps the best thing about New Orleans is the exhilarating feel of it all that just cannot be put into words.
New Orleans Pride Jun 21, 2013 – Jun 24, 2013
New Orleans Pride's objectives are to create an atmosphere where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people can be proud of their sexual orientation and gender identity. New Orleans Pride is used to create unity in the communities, bringing together the straight and homosexual communities and to create events that are family friendly and acceptable to all.