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New Orleans

Ever since the French founded New Orleans in 1718, the city it has been a melting pot for music, culture, and cuisine. Explore the old French Quarter in a mule drawn carriage or take a stroll down Royal Street to visit the numerous novelty shops. Delight in the world famous cuisine of the Commanderís Palace and drink Dixie Ale at the local oyster house. Take the St. Charles trolley to the garden district to see the stately southern mansions. The wildlife of the bayou can be observed on the swamp tour and the New Orleans Zoo has an impressive statue of long time resident naturalist, John James Audubon. We also include a visit to the Ann Rice museum and see tombstones from the Civil War at one of the oldest cemeteries in New Orleans.

Approximate running time: 16 minutes


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