Back in business post-hurricane, Louisiana's "Big Easy", New Orleans, is once more Mardi Gras mecca, cultural center and architectural tease, with jazz and regional cuisine thrown into the mix for good measure.
Monroe sits at the edge of "Cotton Country", a sprawling agricultural region graced with bright fields and aged tangles of verdant foliage. The Ouachita River snakes through this northeastern Louisiana city, that along with neighboring West Monroe serves as an urban hub for the surrounding farm country.
At the heart of Ark-La-Tex, along both banks of the Red River twinkle the night lights of Bossier City and sister city, Shreveport. Three major interstates intersect locally, making this a major stop on routes linking destinations in neighboring states, Texas and Arkansas.
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