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New Orleans City and Cemetery Sightseeing Tour
"Board a mini-coach outside your New Orleans hotel and start your 3-hour tour with a drive to the French Quarter where you’ll find some of the city’s most classic architecture and interesting history.Drive past Creole townhouses and shotgun homes a highly popular style of Southern homes in the early 1860s. Peek into courtyards and pass by small shops selling herbs candles oils and amulets used in ancient voodoo traditions and rituals. A highlight of the French Quarter is Jackson Square a stately park and US National Historic Landmark.Pass through the neighborhood of Tremé and the lovely Garden District home to one of the country's best-preserved collections of Southern mansions. Here you’ll see the longest bridge in the world
From $47.00
 
Private Tour: Honey Island Swamp by Boat
"Your tour starts in Slidell a town about 30 miles (48 km) north of central New Orleans where you’ll find Honey Island Swamp — one of the last protected wetlands in Louisiana. Meet your private guide a native of the area aboard a custom-made swamp boat that holds a maximum of 10 passengers and begin your 2-hour exploration of the wildlife preserve.
As your guide explains the history of Louisiana’s wetlands and swamp ecosystem the quiet flat-bottom boat glides safely through the fertile swamplands
From $106.00
 
Honey Island Swamp Tour With Transport
"After pickup from your hotel in New Orleans it's a short drive across Lake Pontchartrain to Honey Island Swamp a wildlife preserve that is one of the last protected wetlands in Louisiana. Your guide welcomes you aboard a custom-made 22-passenger flat-bottom boat. The smaller sized quiet boat can fit through narrow passages in the swamp foliage so that you see more and get closer to wildlife. It’s the ideal way to take in the lush environment of Cajun country. As your guide explains the history of Louisiana’s wetlands and s be on the lookout for resident wildlife including alligators raccoons owls
From $56.00

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Ray's Bull Pen Restaurant and Lounge

Ray's is family owned and operated. There menu features a large variety of dishes in a conformable relaxed atmosphere. The menu included aged Midwestern beef steaks, lobster, southern classics, prime...
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Vera's

The very first night we rolled into town, we were tired and hungry and basically stopped at the first place we came across. Only about a mile from the place we stayed was a little local restraunt...
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There are several good...

There are several good restaurants in Slidell, Doug's on Robert Road, South Side Cafe on Pontchartrain Dr. where I cooked, and Phil's Marina Cafe on the Lake in Eden Isles. A new all you can eat...
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372 Voters Rd, Slidell, LA 70461
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34579 Grantham College Road, Slidell, Louisiana, 70460, United States
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Lake Pontchartrain

If you like exercising on a bike (I mean a real one, not a torture device you may have in an apartment or find in the health (?) clubs of hotels), why not go to Lake Pontchartrain, just to see how it...
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Daytrip - Chalmette

Here is a preserve of a battle from the war of 1812. As you pull up into the park, you'll notice a handful of cannons, a huge monument, and a nice little visitor enter. The tour of the park is a very...
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Walking Tours

If you are coming to New Orleans anytime soon, whether it be the Super Bowl or Mardi Gras, you HAVE check out Creole PubCrawl. They go around to some really interesting bars and restraunts in New...
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Royal Street

Royal Street is a quiet street that runs parallel to noisy Bourbon Street, which is a block away. Royal Street is the center of New Orleans' upscale antiques shops. Although many are very expensive,...
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Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro

I heard about Snug Harbor in 1000 Places to See Before You Die. I decided to go on the night Ellis Marsalis was playing. I actually hadn't heard of him but I checked him out on myspace and loved his...
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City Park

City Park is one of America's greatest and largest urban park. In fact it suppose to be larger than New York's Central Park. The park is 1,300 acre (5.3 km²) in size. It was laid out in the mid 1800's...
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