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New Orleans

Boating In New Orleans, Louisiana

'The Big Easy'

For the last 300 years, New Orleans has been one of the great cultural gems of the world. Its a place where the locals’ laissez-faire hospitality and friendliness attract visitors from all over the world. With its classic architecture draped in Spanish moss, there are few other places so enchanting.

Food and music define this town’s way of life. Both are intrinsic to the fabric and history of New Orleans and the cultural effervescence that permeates it.

Generations of the greatest and most influential American musicians have been born and bred here, while many others have been adopted by the town. The rich historical mix of heritages in the Crescent City — African, European, Caribbean — makes it utterly unique. Every neighborhood in the city has its own special flavor and scene.

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French Quarter
The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré or the “Quarter” to locals, sits on a crescent in the Mississippi River on some of the highest ground in New Orleans. Not only is it the city’s cultural hub, but it is also a community where residents take time to welcome visitors in the streets. Featuring French Quarter architecture, shopping, dining, and endless attractions.
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Jackson Square
Located on Decatur Street, between the Jax Brewery Shopping Mall and the French Market, in front of the St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square earns it name for one of three bronze statues of Andrew Jackson located in the center of the square. Jackson Square is also the location of an open-air artist colony, where artists display their work on the outside of the iron fence.
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Preservation Hall
Launched in 2011, the Preservation Hall Foundation protects, preserves,<strong> </strong>and perpetuates the musical traditions and heritage of New Orleans. Through music education, outreach, historical archiving, and support for our musical collective, the Preservation Hall Foundation strives to create greater awareness and appreciation for Traditional New Orleans Jazz and the communities that support it.
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Audubon Park
Seated in historic uptown New Orleans Audubon Park is a favorite spot for recreation, picnics or enjoying a beautiful day. For more than a century, people have enjoyed this urban oasis with allées of ancient live oaks, a tranquil 1.8 mile jogging path, a lagoon, picnic shelters and playgrounds. Audubon Park is open to the public and also features tennis courts, riding stables, soccer fields, the Whitney Young Pool, Audubon Clubhouse Café and Audubon Golf Club.
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New Orleans Audubon Zoo
Located in historic Uptown New Orleans Audubon Zoo offers an exotic mix of animals from around the globe, engaging educational programs, hands-on animal encounters and lush gardens. Unique natural habitat exhibits such as the award-winning Louisiana Swamp and Jaguar Jungle showcase the relationship between people and nature.
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Camellia Grill
626 Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 309-2679
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Clancy's Restaurant
6100 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 895-1111
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5240 Annunciation St, New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 899-9126
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K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen
416 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 596-2530
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Pêche Seafood Grill
800 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-1744
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Mardi Gras
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French Quarter Festival
Wine & Food Experience
New Orleans Film Festival
Nearest Airport
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)
29.9511, -90.0715
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