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  • bagelobagel
    Swansea, UK194 contributions
    This really exceeded my expectations. A very well done museum. Lots of immersive experiences, multimedia, I learnt a lot. Would thoroughly recommend,
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • Eurospec
    Leesburg, VA27 contributions
    If you like old Antebellum mansions, this is the place to go see them. Just walk and they are everywhere! Beautiful gardens, and incredible architecture. Well worth taking the time to visit.
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • Aberdeen401
    Aberdeen, SD18 contributions
    We wandered onto Frenchman Street, found a little pub, snagged a front row seat and enjoyed a great band for a couple of hours. Fun time.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • 333meg
    Columbus, OH315 contributions
    Get out of the French Quarter and come here! It was packed in the quarter so we took an Uber to City Park. What an amazing place, I can’t believe I haven’t been here before on previous visits. Don’t miss the grove of the ancients, the live oaks are huge!
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • katwomansz
    Columbia, MD42 contributions
    This is just a big park with Many seats in a fountain. I didn’t see any flowers in May but it gets really hot here.
    Nice statue of Andrew Jackson on a horse. Best attraction right at the top of the square is the cathedral of St. Louis with much history and free to enter.
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • Moluskmoo
    Portsmouth, UK51 contributions
    Been a few times, always the same, great vibe and a great city. Huge contrasts between the rich and poor, very sad to see in some places. Stepping over a body to cross canal street, not too sure if he was breathing or not, no one seems to give a toss. Took the wife this time, she found the local drink called a purple hurricane. Sold on a takeaway basis by street venders .Tasted like fruit juice, but has between 12 and 18 measures of spirits. I had beer. Two of these and she was gone. Couldn’t remember the night . Music and bands play all night as do local kids with upturned buckets, drumming away. Lovely for a visit , stay near the french quarter or you will be murdered. Best hotel for a pit of piece and away from the noise it called “ the b” on canal street
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Janice G
    Valparaiso, IN31 contributions
    Great experience! The band was fantastic and we really enjoyed the music! It’s hot and very small venue but only 45 minutes so heat is tolerable. Would go again.
    Written May 19, 2022
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  • K. T
    New Orleans, LA1,319 contributions
    I took my crew along with my nieces,nephews and a friend of my son. We visited on a Saturday afternoon. There is ample parking however keep it mind that the zoo becomes very crowded on the weekend making parking difficult.

    Price affordable however if you are New Orleans resident you can obtain a culture pass and visit for free.

    The zoo is bigger than you think. Wear comfortable shoes. There is a reptile section, there are a number of gift shops,there are restaurants for you to grab a bite to eat .

    There was also a sno cone truck which came in handy due to NOLA humid weather.

    Typical zoo animals only thing special to me was the albino alligator.

    Overall great visit kids loved it .
    Written May 9, 2022
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  • Dave A
    The Woodlands, United States20 contributions
    Fun and interesting and unique. Bring your camera, there are a lot of photo ops! It doesn't take long so it's easy to fit into your schedule whenever you have a couple of hours. My only complaint is that $22 is steep for such a short visit.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • W D
    Boston, MA21 contributions
    My wife and I visited St. Louis Cemetery No 1 during a recent stay in the city. Earlier, we had learned that Lafayette Cemetery No 1 is temporarily closed for repairs so decided to visit the oldest cemetery in the city. You cannot walk through unguided so we paid the fee and joined a small tour group of about a dozen people. The most important aspect of a successful tour is a great tour guide, and our guide, Denise, was a good storyteller, and she was knowledgeable, thorough, and patient. We had a wonderful tour, and our guide had everything to do with it.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • Diane E
    10 contributions
    Without a car this is a great way to get around. Used it to go uptown for restaurants, to the French market and through the Garden District. We bought the 3 day pass and it was great to use when we wanted a lift back to the hotel or up to a restaurant. Very good value!
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • must_travel_soon_10
    Mississauga, Canada1,482 contributions
    For this part of the world, it's quite grand. An imposing building with interesting features. Interior is very French influenced, especially the stained glass. Definitely worth a peek inside,
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Lawrence W
    Longboat Key5 contributions
    You can learn more about NOLA's history & music here. It's quiet & cool and sometimes there's a band playing in the courtyard.
    Written April 22, 2022
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  • James B
    Prairie Village, KS275 contributions
    An interesting street in the French Quarter. A wide variety of bars, souvenir shops, etc. Somewhat of a typical FQ street.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • dragonflyfrisbee
    Duluth, MN320 contributions
    Great cemetery lots of history. Peaceful lots of old plots wish it was better taken care of in places. We were here March 2018 but the review never posted
    Written October 17, 2021
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