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Patty from Cali.
4/12/2014
Overall rating: 6
Came here expecting to have a not so great time, but with all the renovations before Super Bowl during Christmas time it was awesome. Its been 2 years and I will say great things about New Orleans. We went out during the middle of the night and never got mugged or anything. People were nice, night life was awesome, I'd like to go again. Thanks To Ellen Degenerous for giving us her audience an all expense paid trip there. I will never forget New Orleans. Its very old world and yes you get to see poverty but you see that everywhere you go. Our country used to be better about taking care ... More of things now everything and place is taking a toll. Best Places to see and do there: Acme oyster bar, The zoo, Bourbon st at night and day, French quarter, Cafe Dumonde, Jackson square, ghost hunt and story tour, look at all the beautiful mansions on Chartress st. Oak alley and Murtle Plantation. awwh I know I'm missing stuff but we love it there.
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8/23/2013
Overall rating: 9
You'll be spoiled for choice for where to listen to good music and meet new people. There are also places around town where you can find the right combination of tranquillity and good services. It's ideal for the young and the young at heart.
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Level 9
6/28/2013
Overall rating: 9
It's a city of fun and excess, especially Bourbon Street and the Carnival (Mardi Gras), eat the jambalaya (a kind of paella), the po'boy (sandwich) and drink the local wine. It's really worth visiting. It's said that if an American hasn't seen New Orleans he hasn't seen anything of America.
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Level 9
4/27/2013
Overall rating: 8
It's a magical city! It's easy to get around on foot and quite safe if you don't stray from the vieux carré of the French Quarter. Don't miss the free concerts put on by the rangers every day at the Old Mint of Louisiana and the good local spicy food, especially shrimps and beans and rice.
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
There something for everyone in New Orleans, including wildlife lovers, art enthusiasts, those who are historically inclined and even spirited shoppers.
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, known simply as Jazz Fest, is the largest musical festival of the city where visitors can experience music, arts and crafts and plenty more.
Some beautiful art museums of New Orleans include the New Orleans Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Centre and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
The National World War II Museum exhibits many images and artefacts that provide a detailed account of ... More the World War II. It has received more than one million visitors till date.
The Backstreet Cultural Museum offers the visitors a breath-taking mix of memorabilia relating to Mardi Gras, jazz funerals and other traditions.
The annual Whitney White Linen Night art event is known for its fabulous art galleries and performances by talented musicians.
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User 28906
7/29/2012
Overall rating: 4
N.O. Used to be a safe and enjoyable place. Over the last 20 years the entertainment has become morally corrupt and not just a fun place to go.
Not to be missed:
Zoo
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trollys
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river cruise
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User 23108
5/15/2012
Overall rating: 8
It needs to be affordable.
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User 19853
5/3/2012
Overall rating: 10
amazing, beautiful
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