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This was the row where we seated inside the Lousiana Superdome, on the first two front seats. ‘They’d better win’! And the Saints did. And they say “Who dat say that Saints can’t win, who dat?” They just made their own franchise win record. Glad because it makes hubby happy and excited, at least worth the trip; well, even if they lost, we still had a great time there. It was so noisy when the game was over, even down on the streets, everyone of them fans is so happy and jubilant. Who would not be if they’e crazy about it..
Last year we took a taxi, but this year we learned a lesson. We just walked to Louisiana Superdome which was just some blocks away from the hotel we stayed at for the weekend. We saved not just money for the taxi, or from possible trouble from finding our parking space if we drove down. Walking down several streets gave our feet the exercise due them, and of course, some quality time together. It was memorable. Even saved us a lot of time of getting to our destination faster than being trapped in several minutes of taffic.
This was one of the bench scenes inside the superdome during the Saints’ and the Raiders’ football game mid-October. A fan dressing up like Joker. I don’t know but for me it is a very heavy face to wear.
This is our main reason of going to New Orleans: to watch the Sunday football game in the Superdome between the New Orleans Saints and the Raiders. It was funny to see different displays of fans’ craziness over their teams. This one is very funny. Who says it’s only for kids?
PhotoHunt 118 (6): Support – Bridge support
This was taken during our last trip to New Orleans. The structural supports/columns of the bridges. They are also supporting two road signs, and we will be there to one, the Superdome in the coming months to watch pro game to kind of support the home team.
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