Mardi Gras

More – New Orleans Mardi Gras Cakes

  • June 18, 2008

Kingkingcakes.comYou don’t need to wait until Thanksgiving Day or Christmas for making that meal you really like. Furthermore, it is always a good time to surprise your family with a great cake.

At you will find many king cakes and Mardi Gras products for any celebration. On the main page of the web site there are diverse sections: shop, top sellers, rewards program, etc. Within the shop section you will see: King Cakes, Cajun foods, Coffee and beignets, New Orleans Pralines, etc. In addition, they also have throws, masks, and party supplies. Among this latter there are party plates, napkins, nylon flags, table cloth, and more. The Medium plain King Cake they sell has cinnamon with purple, green, and gold sugar over icing. In addition to their cakes they also offer gift baskets to surprise someone with an elaborated breakfast, fresh and delicious. Visit their site and check out the reward program.

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More – Mardi Gras in Soulard

  • May 29, 2008

MardiGrasInc.comIf you love to party big you’re sure to have a great time at any Mardi Gras celebration. Mardi Gras is synonymous of fun; it’s colorful, festive, loud, and people just let loose and allow the god times to roll.

In the United States Mardi Gras is only celebrated in a few places, one of them is St. Louis so if you’re going to be in the area for Mardi Gras head on over to the historic district of Soulard for a good time. Every year Soulard hosts a big themed street party where people dress up and let loose. The party lasts all day and includes parades, music performances, party tents, and an all around happy atmosphere. The Mardi Gras Inc. website is there to inform of all the activities that take place on the days previous to the big festivities and on the day of. The site features information on bars and restaurants in the area that you can go to, hotels where you can stay if you’re visiting from another part of the country or the world, as well as tips on how you should behave, and what you can expect to find when you arrive. After seeing the photos and reading about the events you’ll be anxious to get to St.Louis for Mardi Gras.

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More – Superb Festival

  • March 10, 2008 is a site where users will find how to get to an amazing and cool festival.

Visitors count with the chance of watching some videos about this huge party, this huge and superb carnival. Mardi gras comes from the French phrase “Fat Tuesday”, and is before the called Ash Wednesday. Mardi gras is the final day of carnival. The cities most famous for their mardi gras celebrations are New Orleans, Mobile, Rio de Janeiro, Venice, Sydney, Alabama and Louisiana. Many other cities have important Mardi gras celebrations too. Carnival is an important celebration in Europe and also in many parts of Caribbean and Latin America. This web site is about mardi gras, but in New Orleans. This huge party draws hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world to the city. In addition, the site explains everything you need to know about mardi gras, from the history to where is the best place to throw beads. Enter this site and explore the benefits of this huge and amazing party.

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