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Reviewed today via mobile

Head in to the French quarter for a whole load of history and fun. There are amazing shops, great food, crazy bourbon street and some hidden gems. We spent most of our time on royal or camp street as bourbon street was a bit crazy for us. But you will literally find something to please everyone here

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Reviewed today via mobile

Loved the atmosphere! Music and good food galore. Lots to see and do in and out of the French Quarter. A definite must see and experience.

Thank bleuazurElora
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Reviewed yesterday

So many different things to see and do other than just get a drink. Great restaurants, neverending music from all genres, and people just out having fun. Never felt unsafe, police presence all over. Several great nights!

Thank nini13132018
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Bourbon Street is mostly torn up due to construction which makes it hard to walk the street where all of the action normally is. Got hustled by a guy who said he could guess where I got my expensive gator boots from. If he guessed correctly I would let him shine them up. He told me ‘I got them on the bottom of my feet’. Before I knew it he had squirted some soapy suds on my gators and started to give them a lousy shine. He kept repeating a rehearsed line about have 3 kids to care for and I couldn’t keep walking. He finished in 30 seconds and said I owed him $40 for the shine. I was furious and handed him a $20 and said he was lucky to get that much. Lots of homeless looking for money and laying on the sidewalks. Smell of souring beer and urine on occasion. Bars were fun but the construction in the street kept the crowds down.

Thank Y701TMjamesm
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you aren’t ready forgot r Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Halloween is a touch smaller. Just as fun. French Quarter was teeming
with costume clad revelers. Typical French Quarter. Beneighs are a must in the French quarter

Thank okcdebbie
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Everything is wonderful in the French Quarter. Food, music, drinks and shopping. Lots of friendly locals make the visit even better.

Thank Robin93710
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Reviewed yesterday

The French Quarter has so much to offer. Try a walking tour to get your bearings and history and then just WALK! You'll see so many types of stores, restaurants galore, music on the streets, Jackson Square, French Market, Freeman St., sit by the Mississippi River, the Cathedral, etc. So much to enjoy!

Thank Patty J
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I first visited in 1975 to return in 2018 and some things shouldn’t change and Le Vieux Carré is one of them. A colorful vibrant history rear in the States.
The Cajun influence of the Acadian French settlers relocating from Canada and the local born Creole. ... the people historically referred to as the descendants of African/Caribbean/French/Spanish heritage of New Orleans. The architecture, the southern blues, the creole and cajun cuisine are all amazing and kudos to those preserving this history. These local people are the friendliest and most accommodating happy people in the entire USA by far. Love it.

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Always entertaining, but seems to be getting dirtier with every visit. Luckily, there seems to be a strong police presence.

Thank dhs13
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This street market has everything from high priced gifts to cute dollar trinkets. We were amazed at the variety of offerings.

Thank Dustin52
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