The belly-busting itinerary below is ambitious no doubt, but it also walks the line between traditional and new, Creole and beyond. Since you won’t be sleeping much, there will be plenty of time for grazing. Read more: https://nola.eater.com/2018/9...
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When the Sicilians began immigrating to New Orleans in large numbers in the 1880s, they brought with them the tradition of the Feast of Saint Joseph, which includes building elaborate St. Joseph’s Day altars. Here's where to find your cuccidatis cookies this week.
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Thinking of traveling to New Orleans? From shopping to entertainment to incredible cuisine, this Southern city has a lot to offer. There are some things, however, that you should know before you book your flight. Read on for ways to save money, can't-miss attractions, and the best places to eat in New Orleans.
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The most ideal spring break destinations tend to be places where you can a) party if you so choose and b) travel to at reduced cost. In the center of that Venn diagram are the 10 cities below -- most of them here in the US, but a few abroad that are worthy of your consideration, if you have the time for extended travel.
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You may have your list of travel destinations down, but they probably include the typical big cities that everyone goes to in the country. National Geographic's list of the top 29 small cities in the US will give you some serious travel inspiration. Where will you go next?
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"...just stepping foot in this resilient, diverse and collaborative city can give you a deeper sense of purpose and belonging. It’s a city that’s upbeat and steeped in tradition, playful and downright delicious. It’s New Orleans, after all."
Here’s one big embrace of the food, culture, lifestyle, and people that make the city so sought-after among avid travelers. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/life/24-hours-new-orleans/
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The bar at Hotel Monteleone spins every 15 minutes like a giant rewinding of a grandfather’s old pocket-watch. The carnival lights and carved faces of the famous Carousel Bar creak and turn, with glittering gold reflecting from mounted mirrors onto Swarovski crystals, beads and pearls framing portraits of jazz icons and Ziegfeld Follies of the 20's and ‘30s.