Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans in 2005, unleashing waves of extreme weather that battered the city’s hotels, restaurants, and other businesses.

As a result, New Orleans residents now spend more time in their homes than in hotels, according to a new report from the National Association of Hotel Association (NAHSA).

As of January 2020, more than 2 million New Orleanians are staying at home, or more than twice the number in 2005.

While New Orleans still has the largest number of hotel rooms, the city is in a unique position to manage the risk.

The city’s hotel industry was able to adapt to the storm’s arrival, and it was able avoid the high rates of hotel occupancy and injuries that plagued other cities during the storm.

This has allowed the city to maintain a healthy hotel population and the city has remained relatively stable, according a report released by the NAHSA on Thursday.

In fact, the NAHSA says the hotel industry’s average occupancy rate during the Hurricane Katrina era was 11.4 percent.

This compares to an average of 7.4 and 7.5 percent during the other storm years that preceded Katrina.

“New Orleans had to be prepared to handle the unprecedented storm-related damage and rebuild, and the industry had to do the same,” the report states.

In the event of a hurricane, the NHA says that hotels are usually able to provide basic shelter and food and that the hotel lobby and other buildings are designed to withstand extreme temperatures.

“For the hotels that have not yet been damaged by the storm, the majority of their structures will still be functional,” the NAHA says.

But it’s not the only industry to take advantage of Hurricane Katrina’s unprecedented destruction.

During the storm a total of six hotels, two restaurants, one bar and two night clubs were destroyed or destroyed substantially.

The NHA also reports that more than 70 percent of the city and its hotels were flooded.

These include the New Orleans Superdome, which sustained some 3,000 water damage, and Metairie, which was flooded in more than 3,300 square miles.

While the Nahas report says hotels are designed for the worst-case scenario, the hotels’ physical capabilities and capacity to accommodate evacuees were still a concern for many residents.

“A lot of people are worried about their rooms being flooded and that they’re not going to be able to get out of there,” said Sherri Smith, a former resident of New Orleans and president of the nonprofit New Orleans Survivors Association.

“That’s not necessarily true, but the hotel room is very important.”

Many of the properties that were damaged or destroyed by the hurricane were listed as historic.

The National Park Service lists several historic structures that are located on the citys National Register of Historic Places, including the Louisiana State House in New Orleans, the Louis Armstrong Building in New York City, the French Quarter in Paris, the New York Public Library in New Jersey, the Jefferson Davis Center in Washington, D.C., and the Louisiana Purchase on the banks of the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge.

These historic properties are also protected by the Historic Preservation Act, which gives certain groups the ability to protect their historic properties and structures from the looting and damage caused by a hurricane.

Some of the other properties on the National Register include the National Bank Building in Cincinnati, the State Capitol Building in Washington D. C., and some historic monuments and buildings in New England, the report says.

While these properties are protected by federal law, they may not be able do much to stop looters and looters from taking their property.

“These properties have all been damaged, and they’re still standing,” said Matthew C. Cappuccio, executive director of the American Association of Museums and Art History.

“So, you can take the museum or you can the historic building and you can just put it back together, and that’s all we can do.

So, it’s really a case of, do you have the will and the determination to protect these historic structures and historic properties?

That’s the issue.”

While the National Park Services has not listed all of the historic properties that it considers historic, the organization has provided a list that is more comprehensive than what the NAHE report lists.

The list includes a number of structures that were once historic.

It also includes properties that are listed as historically significant or special in that they are considered a part of the National Historic Register, according the NAHC.

Capps said it’s a tough issue to fight because the public doesn’t realize that it is illegal for people to damage or destroy historic property.

He said that while the NHE report is not the most complete and complete list of historic properties in New France, it is the most comprehensive list that has been published.

He added that many of the institutions listed on the list are also places that people visit and work and play.

“It’s not just