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Gumbo and Cocktail Swamp Tour from Lafayette
"A professional network of comedians historians outdoor outfitters and Certified Cajuns will guide you to having an authentic Cajun experience visiting southwest Louisiana. From cruising down the Lazy Bayou Vermilion in your private luxury 21 foot Sun Cruiser Pontoon boat exploring cultural Cajun Heritage parks learning how to Cajun dance peeling a crawfish and sampling some of the area’s most unique foods. You will journey on specifically designed trips to let you Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez! (Let The Good Times Roll!!)."""
From $50.00
 
Southern Louisiana Private Swamp Tours
"The departure point for this 2.5 hour long swamp tour is located 30 minutes outside of the great city of New Orleans and along the way you will see fishing villages and breath taking views of the bayou. If needed transportation is provided to and from the location with high end luxury vehicles and there is a pick up fee per person that is due at time of arrival at the tour location.As your tour departs from the docks and you begin to explore the swamp you will see all sorts of wildlife ranging from alligators to migratory birds from South America and everything in between. The beautiful Mississippi River Delta is ranked as one of the top 5 deltas in the world with the most animal life per acre. On your tour you will have the opportunity to see alligators up close as your tour guide hand feeds them food. Come see what southern Louisiana has to offer.""""A private swamp tour is the best way to explore and appreciate the history and landscape of southern Louisiana. This two and a half hour tour explores over 28 square miles of terrain with many different types of wild life such as alligators and migratory the tour guides are locals and they are knowledgeable in the rich history of the area. Make sure to ask them about the 2
From $90.00
 
New Orleans Marigny Neighborhood Tour
"We will stroll past architecturally significant buildings and historical sites recounting such tales along the way such as how the game of Craps was first introduced to America by way of New Orleans and how that famous culinary delight known as the po' ­boy came to exist.  This neighborhood sits on the original plantation of Bernard de Marigny one of the more colorful characters in the city and was once home to a thriving population of Free People of Color. Today it is  predominantly inhabited by musicians artists and entrepreneurs that add a rich layer to an already significant past. Tour like a local as we introduce you to the Frenchmen street scene and all the sights and sounds of this vibrant area."
From $25.00

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Huck Finn’s Café

A restaurant should never serve food that almost breaks your teeth while you are eating. A bone? No – it was my rice! How could any place with as much promise and hype be this bad? With advertising...
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Steamboat Warehouse & Restaurant

This unique dining venue features fine cuisine in a casual atmosphere with an ambiance from the past.The restaurant is a converted real warehouse from 1819 that originally was dockside to the...
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Mother's

There was a line to get in when we got there, but after going through to order you take you ticket and sit then the food is brought to you. It was a good place with normal Cajun food without all the...
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Le Cuisine des Maman

I love Creole/Cajun food and the restaurant on the grounds of Vermillionville has great food served buffet style. It is all you can eat too. I think it was about $12, and was worth every penny. Great...
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Lee's Cajun Cafe

Lee's Cajun Cafe was hard to get to because of all the construction along US Highways 63 and 167. It also did not look like much from the outside. The menu has a variety of Cajun fare leaning heavily...
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Commanders Palace or any fine dining property

This is a legendary restaurant, but the same tip applies to others. I am always trying to cram in restaurants on my frequent, brief trips to New Orleans. This is my only destination where food is a...
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GW Fins

The atmoshere was great. I was under the impression that this was a locals spot. The food was great, although I don't fee it was worth the money. Our waitress was professional and highly informative....
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El Gato Negro

I thought the restaurant was expensive and didn't think the food looked too good, but man, it tasted great!!! If you really love Mexican food, this is the only place I saw in the French Quarter where...
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Liuzza's in Mid City

Have the best plate lunches, just like my momma cooked for us growing up. Get away from the touristy places. Try local NO flavor.. White beans and rice, their veal cutlet, and roastbeef po-boy... But...
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Little French Restaurant*

*Little French Restaurant is not the name of the place but I'm gonna tell you how to get there. I think the street name was Royal street but I'm not sure. Just by Canal street. When you walk out from...
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Hard Rock Cafe New Orleans

New Orleans must be one of the nmost appropriate places possible to have a Hard Rock Cafe. Not that people like Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong were into hard rock; but NO is home to some great music. The...
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Studebaker's Restaurant Bar

The decor and ambience in Studebakers was not so impressive; but the waitress was very friendly and helpful and the food was great. I was there when they had a seafood buffet. Catfish, an outstanding...
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A Mixture of Cultures

The Cajun culture centres around cooking and eating. Each ethnic group has retained food traditions, and even within the various groups, traditions vary from area to area, and family to family. The...
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Cafe Du Monde

Before Hurricane Katrina you could get beignets at any one of seven Cafe Du Monde Coffee Stands in the New Orleans Metropolitan area.The original Cafe du Monde has reopened after Katrina, but I don't...
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Top Hotels in Louisiana

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8 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States
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7939 Essen Park, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70809, United States
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451 Clyde Fant Parkway, (formerly Hollywood Casino), Shreveport, Louisiana, 71101, United States
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1910 S. College Rd., Lafayette, Louisiana, 70508, United States
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5300 University Parkway, Natchitoches, Louisiana, 71457, United States
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1475 Garrett Road, Monroe, Louisiana, 71202, United States
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Top Things to Do in Louisiana

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Bourbon Street

It seems like on Bourbon Street and also the French Quarter they have their own little money making scams going. Just be cautious. Don't walk around alone, use your common sense and you'll have a lot...
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State Capitol

We entered the Capital Building at the basement or ground floor level. The sign on the elevator said we were not to take it between the basement and the first floor, but the door guard said that was...
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Pastor Brothers Cajun Excursions

The adventure started off with Daquiri's at the boat launch's bar location and then went into a wonderful 2 hour boat ride through the swamp to lake charlo. Many birds, reptiles and yes, we actually...
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Evangeline Oak

This oak is said to be the one where the legendary meeting took place between Emmeline Lebiche and Louis Arceneaus, the real life people on whom Longfellow's poem "Evangeline" was based. It is said to...
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Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site

I read about the Plaquemine Lock and decided it would be interesting to visit since we had done some locks on our narrowboat cruise in England, and also on our own boat on the Intercoastal Waterway in...
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LSU Rural Life Museum

Part of the working plantation section of the museums includes the Kitchen, and places where food was raised, like the kitchen garden, smoke house chicken coop and pigeon cote. The kitchen garden is...
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