Things to do in New Orleans

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neverenoughguns
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Things to do in New Orleans

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What should be on our “must do list” if we were planning a visit? WWII museum is on our list. Anybody have a favorite restaurant or tour?

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Post by Beck77 »

We always hit Cafe du Monde for beignets. We really enjoyed the cruise up river to the Audubon Zoo. There are to many fantastic restaurants in NO and I haven't been there in a few years so you might check the more recent ratings.

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Carry.

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Carry x2 WATCH THE PIC POCKETS AND DON"T FALL FOR THE SHOE SCAM. Ghost tour is a must. The Pub tour one is the best. Food is good all over.
Have dollar bills to buy a water beer or soda so you can use the rest rooms while walking around.
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Walk through St. Louis cemetery #1. Some crazy voodoo chit in there.

Acme Oyster House

Po-Boy at Johnny’s. Clam shrimp combo!

Dueling piano bar..forgot the name..

Vodka slushees with toppers on Bourbon Street

Jackson Square

Take a long streetcar ride. Out past Tulane was cool.

Canal Street ferry
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Post by Bill2e »

If you like New Orleans cocktails.

Got to The Hotel Monteleon and sit at the Carousel Bar for a drink

Next stop - the original Sazarac Bar for a Sazarac.

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Breakfast at Brennan's. Make it a late breakfast and you won't be hungry until dark.

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Post by Legio »

Beck77 wrote:
Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:09 pm
We always hit Cafe du Monde for beignets.
And their fabulous “cafe au lait”
French by birth, American by choice!

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Post by Legio »

You can also hit the French quarter at night, but not with the mrs.
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Post by Flame Red »

You guys are leaving off the list all the great Titty Clubs there! :oops:
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