Welcome to those attending Southern Decadence in New Orleans!

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Real Estate Agent with Crescent City Living, LLC 77619

A big welcome to anyone coming to New Orleans for Southern Decadence 2009. I'm knocking on wood, hoping the the only hurricanes we'll have to worry about come from Pat O'Brien's! For GLBT businesses this if bigger than Mardi Gras, and this year looks bigger than ever based on the word we're getting from folks in the hospitality industry.

I was in the French Quarter today, and saw lots of preparation going on at and around the "lavender line." It's grown over the years from a 3 day weekend to a full week of insanity! Some places like Rawhide 2010 are kicking things off on Wednesday, the 2nd.

As with all these huge events, we often get new folks who fall in love with the city, so of course I'll be on hand for those looking for 2nd homes or even for those who decide to move here. So welcome again, and thanks for continuing to support New Orleans.

       

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Troy Jowers, New Orleans Realtor
Proudly brokered by Crescent City Living, LLC
Licensed in Louisiana

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Troy Jowers
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Crescent City Living, LLC

Ashley, the absinthe scares me too :)

August 28, 2009 04:16 PM
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Ashley Cox
Dallas City Center Realtors
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Alrighty Troy... some (very few) pictures are up over at my side of the world. Thanks for the warm welcome, and we'll definitely be returning again!

September 05, 2009 12:40 AM
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Gary Coles
Latin America Real Estate
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Troy,

I have no idea when I will be in New Orleans again -- probably not for a while.  And I really like the city.  It is great to see your posts that tell what is happening recovery wise.  I really miss Cafe du Monde.  I asked them to open one in Las Vegas, but they said they only open cafes where they have family members.  I miss the coffee and beniets.

September 08, 2009 01:19 AM
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For Ashley (comment #1), I can highly recommend the Aquarium of the Americas and the Audubon Zoo, although I have not been to either of them since Hurricane Katrina.

I went to Southern Decadence every year from 1977 to 1992, and then made it one last time in 1998 when Hurricane Earl (I think it was) made landfall near New Orleans. Decadence was virtually deserted that year. Since being estranged from my family (for reasons which I'm sure you understand since we're talking Southern Decadence here), I have not been back to New Orleans since 2001. I have brothers and sisters living in Slidell, Chalmette, and New Orleans by UNO.

September 10, 2009 11:04 AM
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Michael J. Gallo
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I have Never been to New Orleans and I cant think of a better time than Southern Decadence.  I will Definitly have to try Y'alls Gator and see how it stacks up to ours.  Im open for Hotel Suggestions.  Oh, a cool fun guide would help too ;-)

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