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No city in North America can compete with New Orleans when it comes to culture, food, historic architecture, joie de vivre and tourism options.

The Crescent City has suffered plagues, wars, imperial regime changes and devastating floods. Yet, it always wakes up with a smile on its face. This may be because its inhabitants step to an easy beat first laid down three centuries ago. Moving at this relaxed pace, visitors are delighted by the French Creole elegance of the Vieux Carre (French Quarter) or the opulence discovered in a streetcar ride through the Garden District and Uptown.

Anytime of year find live music, amazing Creole and Cajun cuisine, fresh seafood, farmers markets, shopping, nightlife and more.  During Mardi Gras season, the city becomes the world’s center. Downtown transforms into an adult playground, while parades in residential areas provide children thrilling entertainment. Each spring, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival moves the focus to the charming Gentilly area and the Fair Grounds Race Course. But no matter the time of year, New Orleans' calendar overflows in celebration.

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    1380 Port of New Orleans Pl. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The New Orleans Hotel Collection offers seven unique and upscale hotels located in the historic French Quarter, Central Business District and near the New Orleans airport. The Bourbon Orleans Hotel...
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    1 Canal St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    One of the top 5 aquariums featuring the largest collection of sharks and jellyfish. Don't miss our rare white gator, penguins, otters and a changing exhibits gallery. Steps away from the French...
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    945 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The National WWII Museum is the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans. Experience World War II­, from industry efforts on the home front to the combat experience of the American soldier...
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    300 Bourbon Street New Orleans, LA 70130
    This luxury French Quarter hotel has an international reputation for exceptional accommodations & dedicated service. Flexible meeting space & superb restaurants and lounges cater to groups of all...
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    1501 St. Charles Ave. New Orleans, LA 70130
    Serves up classic barbecue (pulled pork, beef brisket and pork ribs) and sides such as corn pudding and Gris Gris Greens, slow-cooked, Southern-style mustard greens. Counter service only at this...
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    925 Camp St. New Orleans, LA 70130
    The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is home to the largest and most comprehensive collection of American Southern art in the world! The collection includes artworks from 15 Southern States and spans...
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    622 Baronne Street New Orleans, LA 70113
    The leading luxury transportation provider in the New Orleans metropolitan area, and communities world-wide. A Confidential is committed to providing superior chauffeured services to its clientele...
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    2830 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70115
    Since its opening four years ago, Sake Cafe' has swept the New Orleans Sushi scene like a tsunami. The menu incorporates traditional Japenese cuisine and New Orleans flavors like Jazz Roll, Uptown...
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    237 Decatur St. New Orleans, LA 70054
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No city in North America can compete with New Orleans when it comes to culture, food, historic architecture, joie de vivre and tourism options.

The Crescent City has suffered plagues, wars, imperial regime changes and devastating floods. Yet, it always wakes up with a smile on its face. This may be because its inhabitants step to an easy beat first laid down three centuries ago. Moving at this relaxed pace, visitors are delighted by the French Creole elegance of the Vieux Carre (French Quarter) or the opulence discovered in a streetcar ride through the Garden District and Uptown.

Anytime of year find live music, amazing Creole and Cajun cuisine, fresh seafood, farmers markets, shopping, nightlife and more.  During Mardi Gras season, the city becomes the world’s center. Downtown transforms into an adult playground, while parades in residential areas provide children thrilling entertainment. Each spring, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival moves the focus to the charming Gentilly area and the Fair Grounds Race Course. But no matter the time of year, New Orleans' calendar overflows in celebration.

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