Craig D. Guillot Travel Articles

 
D-Day in New Orleans – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
D-Day in New Orleans – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA New Orleans, Louisiana Travel Guide – January 2002 D-Day in New Orleans The famed .50 caliber killing machine, used in every conflict from World War II to Somalia. The roaring thunder of the .50 caliber machine gun was enough to make small children cry and cower in fear. Planes ripped through the sky overhead, dropping […]
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Big Easy Holidays – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Big Easy Holidays – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA New Orleans, Louisiana Travel Guide – December 2001 Big Easy Holidays On Christmas Eve, bonfires line the Mississippi to light Papa Noel’s way down to the bayous. Photo credit: NOTMC/David Richomond As a city that never takes any celebration lightly, the Big Easy is an interesting and exciting place to be during the holidays. Despite […]
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Restaurants – New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Restaurants – New Orleans, Louisiana Travel Guide New Orleans is known around the world for some of its spicy cuisine, which includes gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, boudin, crawfish, and deep-fried seafood. This is a city that loves to eat, and it is no surprise that it has one of the most overweight populations […]
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Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (2 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana
Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (2 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana Here's one we're betting the guidebooks don't ment
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Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (1 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana
Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (1 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana Here's one we're betting the guidebooks don't ment
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Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (3 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana
Guts & Glory: Angola Prison Rodeo (3 of 3) – Angola, Louisiana Here's one we're betting the guidebooks don't ment
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October 2001 – New Orleans, Louisiana
Halloween in the Big Easy She’ll be on vacation come Oct. 31. In this update: – House of Shock – Other Events – No Better Time to Travel Ranked as one of the best cities in the United States to celebrate Halloween, New Orleans has a history of horror unlike any other. Anne Rice, vampire […]
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September 2001 (2 of 2)- New Orleans, Louisiana
A Cajun man’s castle is his plank-style cabin. Cajun Country In this update: The Places The Music – Cajun Bands – Zydeco Bands The Food Other Resources The Places Cajun country stretches far and wide in the southern part of Louisiana, but the highest concentration of Cajun culture and its people lie around the city […]
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Craig D. Guillot: BootsnAll Photojournalist
Craig D. Guillot: BootsnAll Photojournalist Craig D. Guillot BootsnAll Photojournalist Craig Guillot is a freelance writer and photographer who currently resides in New Orleans. He has traveled extensively throughout Latin America and Asia and his work has been featured in numerous publications including Traveler’s Tales books, Transitions Abroad, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Dallas Morning News, Columbus Dispatch and the Times-Picayune […]
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September 2001 (1 of 2)- New Orleans, Louisiana
On your way outta the Big Easy, stop off for some Cajun fast food. As it says on the sign, you can buy fresh oysters ($3.50 for 2 gallons!), shrimp and crabs here. Cajun Country You may as well be in another country, because the Cajuns have about as much to do with mainstream America […]
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