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New Orleans is a major United States port city. From its founding in 1718 until Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005, New Orleans was the largest city in the U.S. state of Louisiana, but because of the large number of residents who have left due to Katrina, Baton Rouge is currently slightly more populous. New Orleans is the center of the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area, which remains the largest metro area in the state.
You'll be captivated by the independent spirit and friendliness of the people, as well as by the area's many contrasts. There are quaint village streets and shops, band concerts and craft fairs on the Library lawn, bustling harbors flowing with lobster boats, fishing trawlers, windjammers and pleasure craft. Explore quiet coves, rocky shores, meandering roads, lighthouses, islands, and a waterfront park in the shape of a whale.
Old Orchard Beach
It's almost impossible not to have fun at Old Orchard Beach. The low surf makes this a favorite spot for swimming, sunbathing, and making new friends. When the kids get hungry they can explore the boardwalk for pizza, french fries, hot dogs and cheeseburgers, or you can choose from the many family style restaurants around town. Try your luck on the video games, jump on a ride, treat yourself to an ice cream or a cold soda. Thrills, chills and frills-take your pick or do it all.
The centre of Digby Neck. Centreville is halfway between Digby and Petite Passage. A friendly place to visit and beautiful place to see sunsets and the magnificent coastline of the Bay of Fundy shore and as you explore the coastline you may luck upon hidden treasure they say was buried here. As you drive through Centreville on Trout Cove Rd., you can see the first brick house built on Digby Neck by hand.
St. Anthony is a town on the northern reaches of the Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador. Its population in 2006 was 2,476, compared with 2730 in 2001.
Until the late 80s, the town of Cabarete was virtually non-existant, but it's spectacular features ensured it's growth as a place that now hosts an amazing array of vacation, sports and adventure opportunities. The Eastern Trade Winds and warm, turquoise ocean waters, make it an ideal playground for windsurfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts from around the world. Even if you don't participate in these sports you'll find the colorful sails and kites flying in the Bay an amazing sight to see!
Coral Bay is a town on the island of St. John in the United States Virgin Islands. It is located on the southeastern side of the island. Though it was once the main commercial and population center on the island due to its sheltered harbor, it has fallen from prominence with the introduction of a ferry service to Cruz Bay, which is now the largest city on St. John.
Salvador, capital of the state of Bahia, was the first major port and the capital of colonial Brazil for almost two centuries. The city lies between green tropical hills and broad beaches along the bay of Todos os Santos.
Guaruja is a municipality in the Sao Paulo state of Brazil. The population in 2006 was 305.171, the population density is 1,969.47/km² and the area is 143 km². This place name comes from the Tupi language. The population is highly urbanized.
Situated on a peninsula, Bunbury is an aquatic playground offering diverse lifestyle and recreational experiences. With an extensive array of attractions, entertainment, shopping, nightlife, dining and accommodation choices, Bunbury presents whatever type of getaway you are looking for.