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16 October, 2015

Win a 3-Night Historic Haunts of New Orleans Trip!

Win a 3-Night Historic Haunts of New Orleans Trip!
Posted in : Announcements, Travel Guide for New Orleans - LA on by : becca

Readers, I don’t often post information from press releases, but this sounds like an excellent contest, and could there be better timing than Halloween for it? Historic Hotels of America is sponsoring an impressive getaway contest that will stick you in a fantastic hotel in a great, central New Orleans location and hook you up
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13 March, 2013

New Orleans Adventures: Daytime Eats, Drinks, and Sights

Posted in : Bars in New Orleans - LA, Dining in New Orleans - LA, Restaurants, Travel Guide for New Orleans - LA on by : becca

I bet you never thought I’d finish my New Orleans series! This is the fifth and final installment. Blog #1 was on sights to the north of Lake Pontchartrain, Blog #2 was on dining at night, and Blog #3 was on drinking at night. Blog #4 took us through the Honey Island Swamp. This time
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8 February, 2013

Eats and Night Sights in New Orleans

Posted in : Bars in New Orleans - LA, Dining in New Orleans - LA, Restaurants, Travel Guide for New Orleans - LA on by : becca

Eats and Night Sights in New Orleans Why, you might ask, are you focusing on dining at night in New Orleans? Isn’t the food there good anytime? Of course it is! But one must make distinctions between their blog posts somehow, and with the massive amount of eating we did in New Orleans, I figured
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4 February, 2013

Travelogue: Abita Springs and Covington, LA

Comments : 5 Posted in : Bars and Tasting Rooms, Breweries in Abita Springs - LA, Travel Guide for New Orleans - LA on by : becca

The hubby and I did a whirlwind tour of New Orleans and the surrounding areas in early December. The quintessence of the city—Cajun food, voodoo religion, laissez faire—has always placed it high on my list of places to see. I had considered moving there not long before Hurricane Katrina hit. Its pull on me is
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