“The Big Easy” beckons, but if your time is limited, here are just a few “must-see’s” that are sure
to whet your appetite to return. New Orleans is one of the most lively cities in America. The French
Quarter area offers many entertainment options, music venues, and dining experiences. The Court
of the Two Sisters, a longstanding N’awlins institution, is famous for both its leisurely Sunday
champagne brunches and the Dixieland, blues, and jazz musical talent it rotates through its main
dining room and outdoor courtyard during the course of a meal. One of the many things that New
Orleans is famous for are the square, powdered sugar doughnuts called “beignets,” and the Café
Du Monde is where to find them. The cafe dates back to the 1860’s and is the perfect spot for an
evening cup of chicory coffee and relaxation after a day of sightseeing. Are you bringing the kids
with you? There’s plenty for them to do, too. They’ll enjoy everything from up-close encounters with
alligators in the swamps to watching acrobatic entertainers in the streets. On a sunny day, visit
the Audubon Zoo to see hundreds of different types of wildlife. If it’s rainy, enjoy the magnificent
creatures in the Aquarium of the Americas, which houses 15,000 sea life creatures, representing
nearly 600 species.
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