The Mardi Gras is also visible on social media. For those on Twitter, follow it all on @NOLAMardiGras. You can follow the many tweets which also includes parade cams. #paradecam is the hashtag used. #NOLA and #Mardigras will be popular hashtags on Twitter. For those familiar with the city, I found by going on Twitter that there will be a cam at Fat Henry's Bar on St. Charles Ave in the Uptown section. Check out the festivities by clicking on the link. Also the St. Charles Streetcar does not run from Downtown during the parades.
Those on Facebook can go to the Mardi Gras page there. Quite a few posts, pictures and at last count about 12,000 people who "Like" this page. By doing a search for "Mardi Gras" you will get an idea of how it is celebrated in other cities. And if that page doesn't have enough about theMardi Gras there is another one. Mardi Gras is another Facebook page. So there is certainly a Facebook presence here.
Of course there is more to New Orleans than Mardi Gras. http://www.neworleansonline.com/ has more information on the big event going on there as well as upcoming festivals if you are unable to make it for Mardi Gras. There is also good information on things to do when besides the Mardi Gras. On a personal note , when I was last in New Orleans my wife we made sure to visit Mardi Gras World. You get to see many of the costumes and floats from the Mardi Gras in the warehouse as well as some of them being made. You may even get to wear a mask or two. The tour of the warehouse was truly something we both enjoyed.
Youtube has videos of some past Mardi Gras as well as New Orleans related videos that you may enjoy watching.
Perhaps the best known bar in New Orleans is Pat O'Briens. They also have a Facebook presence as well. When a friend of mine prior to his trip to New Orleans put on his Facebook page that he will be at Pat O'Briens that Saturday night, I called him. Not only did I suggest that he take the post down but Pat O's is also very crowded on Saturday night. It will be packed during Mardi Gras as well.
New Orleans also is a culinary delight with many fine restaurants each better than the last. NewOrleansRestaurants.com has a good review of them and other sites have good reviews as well. One of my favorites is Mothers. It is one of the many restaurants with great service and where you will be guaranteed to have a real good meal.
If you're at Mardi Gras enjoy! If you are not then there is the cam I mentioned earlier as well as all on Twitter and Facebook. If you get to go to New Orleans then have a good time. It truly is a fun city as those who have been there can truly say.
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