lousiana anons

im goin to new orleans for six days in a week. im staying in the treme area. is that too long? also will i kill myself from the heat? its like 90F everyday with a heat index of 100F. im from the midwest by the way.

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    you're getting heemed by the heat/humidity without a doubt bro

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    An hour is too long to live in that Black person and yuppie infested swamp

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you like water-based activities it's breddy good
    >fishing/crabbing
    >kayaking
    >boating
    Also check out frenchman st., poydras, and the local parks - city park, audubon park. The food's good too. Grab some seafood. Camellia grill is a cool spot, Al Brocato's is a cool spot to get some ice cream/gelato. Open alcohol is legal here too.

    Just don't go walking around after dark.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm going with my euro buddy who's major attraction to this place is food, drinking, and trying to get laid. I'm more interested in the buildings and history and foods and overall vibe of the place. So it's going to be a mix of both. ill makes notes of your recommendations so thanks. we're definitely going to be out at night though. If it's bad as I keep hearing on here, then maybe just the one time.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    im assuming you are mainly going to see the french quarter and the things nearby like a lot of people. from my experience, most restaurants that serve the "local" food tend to do one or two dishes good, and they suck at the others. cafe du monde is hyped up by white women for their beignets. the beignets are pretty good, but the line is ridiculous. i recommend going to a restaurant called morning call instead. it had some of the best local dishes i had tried, and it had beignets that were better than the ones from cafe du monde. also, if you insist on going to cafe du monde, dont go to that location in the shopping center with shitty beignets.
    all the locals kept recommending jaque moe's or something like that, and oceania. i didnt go to either though. i mainly didnt go to oceania because the lines were long as hell. bourbon street and some of the other streets like frenchman street (basically bourbon street but a little better and less chaos) tend to be absolutely packed to the point that there is almost no walking room, but they are worth seeing. the french market was filled with cheap shitty products from what i could tell, so i dont recommend it other than seeing the joan of arc statue that is almost directly across the street from cafe du monde.
    the national wwii museum is one of the highest rated attractions in new orleans, and i thought it was honestly one of the worst museums i had been in. theres a frick ton of old people eating up a place they paid $40-45 to get into, that also has barely anything to display. it is probably 85-90% paragraphs on the wall with pictures from google. its awful and i dont recommend it at all. i saw the entire thing to make sure i didnt miss the good part, and i never found it.
    walking around at night in new orleans, especially the french quarter, will make you encounter some crazy and unique people. if someone randomly comes up to you and tries to talk to you, keep walking. im referring to the ones that look run down

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      thanks for the tips anon. my buddy is a military autist so we're going to that museum. at least he is. we've got so much time there that i imagine we'll see all the main things.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        yeah im a war autist too, and i thought it was genuinely an awful museum. if you are going, at least make sure he doesnt pay the additional fee at the entrance for the shitty and boring "4D" boomer pandering "war summary movie" with tom hanks in it that didnt mention the eastern front almost a single time, and the "submarine experience" that felt like it was designed for a 10 year old to enjoy.

        the museum was genuinely horrible, and there were also a lot of asians there for some reason. please, i am trying to make sure you dont make the same mistake i did.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          I liked the original wing, which is across the street. It was originally the D-Day Museum,and was unapologetically focused on the West.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          theres no way im going to be able to talk this guy out of it. ill see if it'll make any sense for me to drop him off there and have just drive around by myself, I don't care that much about war shit, but i cant imagine hed be very happy if i ditched him there. ill try to convince him not to do the the extras however. but he does like his submarines. hes a stubborn c**t.
          and ive talked to my other buddy who went and listened to some people on podcasts talk about new Orleans and they all love it so much more than anyone on SighSee. so im kinda taking advice here with a grain of salt.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            There's a lot of cool stuff in the French Quarter and Orleans parish. But once you get out of the historic and gentrified old town like St. Charles, it's a generic deep south shithole with lots of fat obnoxious Black folk being an eyesore and being obnoxious.

            The food is good, and prices are pretty reasonable because the locals eat out. I have mixed feelings about Antoine's. The atmosphere is great, but it's overpriced.

            • 10 months ago
              Anonymous

              >antoine's
              reminds me of these signs i saw in various parts of the french quarter during my trip

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    A week is a lot just for New Orleans when not there for a reason. If you can't leave the area go to the Casino, see the French quarter, go fishing or some shit. It will be hotter than a mf out there yes. If you can travel beaches and Biloxi hotels are not far and you can see some good swamp tours in rest of Louisiana. Don't go outside French quarter wandering like a fricking idiot.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      ill have a car so i can go anywhere. i plan on going over the causeway for luls even though is seems like a boring long bridge.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        does you hotel have secure parking?

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          its an air b&b so its just street parking. im not going to leave anything in the car.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        drive to gulfport and go to ship island on the ship island excursion for a beach day and your military buddy can see an old spanish fort. pretty cool

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    New orleans cooming edition

    S grade: high end secret middle eastern/Arab escort ring

    A grade: bourbon st. Tourists shag

    B grade: New Orleans native

    C grade: shifty vietnamese/chinese /Thai message parlors featuring only mamasans

    D grade: street walkers in East New orleans

    E grade: get robbed.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      is it really that easy to get laid over there? id really like to get some puss. that would make my year.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        If you like drunk black girls you'll be swinging in stds in no time

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes. The odds are good, but the goods all have chlamidya.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lmfao how bad is crime in the tourist areas? Bad enough to carry a fake wallet, should I be carrying a gun?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        You need to know how to spot the Black person neighborhoods, usually by noticing Black folk loitering around looking intoxicated and potentially aggressive. They often catcall and holler, but they usually stay in their spot, so the best course of action is to ignore them and keep walking if they are not within greeting range. If they are, well, you have to be polite but firm in greeting them and making your way.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >high end secret middle eastern/Arab escort ring
      Fill us in

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Acme Oysters, get some fried gator, and a nice po boy. Alcohol is plenty visit the Dungeon which is a cool bar that is an old dungeon. Been there twice and would love to go back. Yes as another anon mentioned don't be out after dark. CBD is also cool, good bars and restaurants there too, just stay away from that shady casino.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      sweet, that oyster place seems great. second recommendation for the dungeon and it lookes exactly my style. thanks a bunch. cbd, business district? im going to the ww2 museum so i figure that day I'll spend lots of time downtown.

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Eat at Clancy's

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    op here just got to New Orleans

    ITS HOT AS FRICK GOD DAMN THIS IS GAY HOW CAN IT BE SO HOT AT 11PM FRICK

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      You came here in the middle of summer you moron. This is the worst time of year here. There's a reason most of the tourists come for Mardi Gras and all the rich yuppie transplants skip town for the summer. Come back in October if you want decent weather and Halloween festivities.
      Also Lafitte Nature Preserve on the West Bank is a good taste of the swamp by the city. I don't know why there has been a lot of NOLA threads lately but I guess it's cheaper here in the summer with how dead things get.

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    op here. had to cut the trip short because the guy I went with is a violent alcoholic. I knew he was an alcoholic but not that he got this insane and threatening. he lost his mind last night and nearly beat me up because told him one to many times to stop complaining so much and try to enjoy things. i could hardly sleep because i was afraid this guy would lose his shit again and it would get worse. also he was having an absolute tantrum in his room the entire night and made a fricking mess of everything for three hours pounding on the floor and walls.
    i skipped town on him this morning. told him i didn't feel safe being around him anymore and to get a train back home. hes still got like 4 days in the b&b and everything is a short uber ride away so its not that bad. this uber sucks. chilling in a hotel in Memphis now. gotta get some food and see the pyramid tomorrow morning because i think its all closed now.
    Nola was pretty cool though. French quarter was sick. architecture was amazing. the dungeon was easily my favorite bar. went there twice. it was hot and whatever but it really wasn't unbearable. you get used to it surprisingly fast. garden district was also wild. never seen so many unique mansion with such lush greenery. otherwise nola is a pretty poor city. mega bums and people laying on sidewalks. the black festival or whatever made me one of the rare white people you'd see downtown or in the quarter at night.
    worth a weekend.

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    More like a drinking buddy. known him for a few years. I figured that since we were going to go to New Orleans and just drink and party would be fine. but man did I underestimate how serious his alcoholism was.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      wtf whyd that post get deleted?

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Treme? You mean the place they chose to set the spiritual successor to The Wire?
    It ain't the heat that's gonna kill you buddy

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      yea it wasn't a super great area. but neither was like 60% of the rest of the city that i was able to see.

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    you shouldn't have gone there for a fricking week. its over rated anon.

  14. 10 months ago
    Floridanon

    Where in the Midwest? If it's Misery than it's nothing that you're not used to, if you're from the UP or some shit than good luck is all I can say, also a week is a bit long for just NOLA, check out the bayous or some shit, a week is too long a stay for most places in Florida so you're just gonna end up getting drunk off your Ass like everyone does here

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      from Chicago. it was hot as hell but i could cope. wore a breezy button down. and a week would have been too long for sure.

  15. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    How good is the black pussy in Louisiana?

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