NEW ORLEANS — When 43 years of frustration disappeared into the thick Bourbon Street breeze, the greatest party in the world raged. The New Orleans Saints — yes, those Saints of paper-bag and public infamy of old — will leave south Florida a Super Bowl champion for the first time in their history.
What awaits them during a Super Bowl parade on Tuesday through these streets will surely rival the jubilation that exploded from the French Quarter on Sunday.
“This is so awesome,” said Darlene Milliet, as she hugged her sister, Cindy Lasiter, both of them crying in the French Quarter. “I can’t believe it!”
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