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MARDI GRAS NEW ORLEANS

The music is Wild Tchoupitoulas by Los Hombres Calientes - Volume 4, Voodoo Dance
used with permission from Basin Street Records

We start in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The Mardi Gras festival is celebrated in February and guests are coming from all the world. Already 6 months before most hotels are full booked so if you want to visit the next Mardi Gras, February 24 in 2004 it is time to make your arrangements.

The Mardi Gras is famous for it's fantastic costumes and large parades but these parades never passes the French Quarters. The French Quarters is the area where you go after the large parades to have a drink or just stroll down the street and look at people showing their costumes (or the complete lack of them) The habit of woman flashing their breast is not a real Mardi Gras tradition but it has become a part of the festival especially in Bourbon Street.

Links:
www.mardigrasneworleans.com

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© Ray Broussard www.PhotographicVR.com

Ray Broussard, is a commercial photographer and multimedia programmer, who has been obsessed with photographicVR since 1993 and has been producing QTVR projects since 1995. His Web site includes a library of his panoramas a New Orleans Tour and a linked map of the French Quarter and Central Business District.

The music is Wild Tchoupitoulas by Los Hombres Calientes - Volume 4, Voodoo Dance used with permission from Basin Street Records

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