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Steamboat Natchez Evening Jazz Cruise with Dinner Option

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The Steamboat Natchez is taking some time off, but her sister vessel will be taking her place. This tour offers a whole evening of New Orleans fun aboard a paddle-wheel riverboat. Enjoy unique views of the city without having to deal with crowded streets, and save time and money by combining a cruise with a night of live jazz and Creole-style dinner (if option selected).
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the5thman wrote a review Nov 23
Isles-les-Villenoy, France18 contributions
The city is beautiful with an amazing history. But it is dirty and lots of construction and street work going on. There are a lot of homeless especially on the river walk, a surprising amount of trash and filth on the street, and rip-off's if you're not aware. There are some really good restaurants, but the local bum's are constantly harassing the tourist with their "Nice shoes, bet I know where you got them" scam to rip off tourists. Bourbon Street smells like urine, at least for the 2-blocks we walked it. I really wanted to like New Orleans, but there are many local people who thrive on making tourists feel uncomfortable. We did a bike tour and the guide said it is a dangerous city and to be very careful at night. And we never saw a cop, which would have created some security. Many large cities have law enforcement highly visible in the tourist areas that bring in so much money, but not New Orleans. Too bad, really.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Danielle K wrote a review Nov 21
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We had a blast! French Quarter was so much fun and so many exciting things to see. The only 2 take aways that I would warn people about is the constant beggers on the streets and it can get really crowded at times at night for those who cannot handle large crowds. Other than that lots to see and well worth it.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MABB26 wrote a review Nov 19
Boston, Massachusetts199 contributions88 helpful votes
Tacky, overcrowded and hustlers everywhere. But, you have to go, just for the experience and to say YOU DID. You must go to Preservation Hall though. It is not the best of NOLA ,for sure. It is like the red light district, walk a little out of the area or go to Marginy where the real good clubs and music is. This was a suggestion before I went by my Niece who is a Travel Editor, and I tend, after being there, to agree. I guess for Mardi Gras and parades it s a good vantage point, but we were not there then. Just be careful!!!l.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The_Loup_Garou wrote a review Nov 19
Phoenix, Arizona155,302 contributions2,295 helpful votes
A Lovely December Stroll It had been about a year, since we were in the French Quarter last, and it appeared that in December, most of the construction was done - though not 100% of it. On this warm and bright December morning, the French Quarter was lovely, and tourists were out everywhere. We paused in front of Jackson Square to watch a wedding party boarding their mule-drawn carriage, for a ride through the French Quarter, and it looked like a Spring day, except that most of the trees in Jackson Square were bare. There were still some late blooming flowers, but fewer leaves. While the street construction seemed mostly done, there were still some of the beautiful buildings, wrapped in construction plastic, but fewer, than on our previous visit. On this day, the French Quarter was glorious, and showing itself off nicely. Our stroll lasted about 3 hours, and as we really had no place to be, it was nice to just walk, and look all around.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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drm02 wrote a review Nov 15
glenwood, Missouri205 contributions26 helpful votes
The French Quarter is definitely different in the day time and Night time. There were a ton of police everywhere and they were very aware of everything going on around them. I don't recommend going by yourself. There are A lot of homeless people around and it is kind of dirty! Definitely a must if you have never been to New Orleans!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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