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New Orleans: The Underground Guide By Michael Patrick Welch Alison Fensterstock,

  • Title: New Orleans: The Underground Guide
  • Author: Michael Patrick Welch Alison Fensterstock
  • ISBN: 9781608010196
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illustrates that the New Orleans city offers the world traveler much than its famous Bourbon Street.
    New Orleans The Underground Guide Illustrates that the New Orleans city offers the world traveler much than its famous Bourbon Street

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    1. It seems completely impossible that I have never been to New Orleans, but somehow it s true But I am about to finally rectify that in just a few weeks OMG OMG OMG OMGThis is a really fun guide It s heavy on the music scene, but it also does an expansive job with drag shows and foodstuffs and record shops and whatnot We did a lot based on rec s from here, but like any really successful exploration of a new place, we used this as a jumping off point and did our best to meet people along the way an [...]

    2. I loved this book I found so much good information in it, so many recommendations, especially for music I went through every single band referenced in the book and listened to their stuff, these are my favorites Norco Lapalco Christmas Island Crabs, Power Boulevard Theresa Andersson Birds Fly Away, Mary Don t You Weep Deadboy And The Elephantmen Stop I m Already DeadMy Graveyard Jaw Hold On Morning 40 Federation God Help Me Gungor Dry Bones the only piece of Christian music I ve ever liked every [...]

    3. Good place to startVery accurate guide to good stuff Only critique is it could use a few updates, and details about specific neighborhoods would be nice, otherwise if you follow the breadcrumbs in this guide you ll discover new things on the path.

    4. An informative, useful and hip guide to one of the most fascinating cities in the world It s like having a local on your shoulder telling you about places in the city you might not otherwise know about.

    5. I learned a few new things including the word feauxbeaux, and that I have missed three New Orleans Daiquiri Festivals and I need to get to it this August Read here.

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