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As a onetime French colony, Louisiana has intermixed its European influence with indigenous roots to create a unique culture, language and atmosphere.
You’ll hear locals calling New Orleans “Nahlins” in a long, slow drawl. Listening to the mixture of southern accents is part of the fun of the visit to Louisiana. Food follows the accent. Enjoy French beignets, deep-fried pastries dusted with sugar, Cajun blackened catfish and Creole jambalaya, made with meat, seafood, rice and enticing spices.
Walk around New Orleans to see the different quarters. Some parts of the city are below sea level, protected from flooding by levees. Notice remnants of the damage in 2005 as waters were swept from Lake Pontchartrain by Hurricane Katrina.
Plan your visit to participate in Mardi Gras in February. Grab some colorful beads and a few bits of costume clothing and join in as multiple krewes put on parades winding through the streets of the French Quarter.
You’re bound to hear a rousing rendition of the city’s favorite song, When the Saints Go Marching In. New Orleans is one of the jazz capitals of the world, the home of Louis Armstrong and Harry Connick, Jr. Attend the Jazz & Heritage Festival in April/May.
At the Superdome watch the NFL football New Orleans Saints, winners of the 2009 Super Bowl. Enjoy the game, the very warm weather and a po-boy sandwich at the stadium.
See historic architecture at the state capital of Baton Rouge along the Mississippi River or stroll across the campus of Louisiana State University to watch great college football.
Go to Shreveport, near the borders of Texas and Arkansas, to enjoy golf, boating, fishing and casino gambling. Visit the Water Works Museum, the 8th Air Force Museum and the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum.
Cajun Riviera, Grande Isle and the shores of Lake Charles offer beach activities. For a laid-back vacation, Louisiana offers both southern charm and seasonal excitement.
Good location, every place walkable, trolley also available. Staff very friendly and professional.
The tube had hair and trash in it from who ever stayed before me and my husband. Ashes was on table and floor and some kinda trash looking stuff was stuffed behind the bad.
The location at Bourbon street was excellent. Staff was friendly. Bathroom need to be renovated. Toilet too low and some hardware is rusty.
The advertisement method used in showing what types of rooms there are is very deceptive. The room I chose was based on a queen bed assuming there was enough room to get around the bed, but there wasn't. There was no dresser to put your clothes into especially if staying for a week like we did. So ...
This casino is as classy and well run as any in Vegas. The friendly and helpful staff made the stay exceptional.
Loved the location, close to everything in the French Quarter. The courtyard was my favorite part. The pool was fantastic, and the furniture and cabanas around the pool was very comfortable. Loved the well maintained interior and exterior.