Dec 16, 2018 - Dec 17, 2018
2 guests - 1 room
New Orleans is an amazing city. It is chocked full of fascinating history, loaded with fun things to do on various different levels, the people are incredibly kind and the food, oh my goodness, the food is absolutely the best of the best! In fact; if you are looking for a long-weekend getaway where you can eat, drink and be merry? Well, NOLA is 110% your vacation city! With the above said, I feel that I owe it to you to inform you of the smell, yes, I said smell, of Bourbon Street. Bourbon Street is quite the fun time; there is many different genres of fantastic music playing, performers littering the street, and more people watching than you can even imagine. However, Bourbon Street is definitely one of the smelliest places I have visited! Without going too much into detail of the smell, it is not pretty but it is oh so worth experiencing. Also, for obvious reasons, the smell is worse when you visit during hot and humid months; late Spring through early Fall. My favorite time of year to visit New Orleans, however, is in March and April. Early Fall is likely another great time to visit; however, I have not been there during this time of year. That said, I have heard the temperatures are fairly similar to March and April.
New Orleans is HOME! There's no other place in the world quite like this. You can't go wrong anywhere with the food. The best thing about New Orleans, is that once you're downtown, everything is in such close proximity that you can really just walk every where. There's so much history and culture in this city and you can feel it.
Lots of fun history to see and beautiful old buildings. Loved the history here.
The close proximity of delicious drinks and yummy food is any Foodies' dream come true. We were in New Orleans for only three short days and managed to find authentic crawfish, gumbo, jambalaya, along with delicious coffees and not to mention adult beverages anytime you deem necessary. ❤