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Each year, millions of visitors are lured to New Orleans. As one of the true party capitals of the world, the city offers great food, infectious music, and round-the-clock bars and nightclubs. More>>

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W New Orleans $159
Dauphine Orleans Hotel $99
The Saint Louis Hotel $105
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NEW ORLEANS ATTRACTIONS
St. Charles Streetcar
One of the most romantic and scenic forms of public transportation, these electric railcars were the inspiration for Tennessee Williams' Streetcar Named Desire. More>>

The French Quarter
The Quarter's attractions fan out from Jackson Square, home to St. Louis Cathedral, around which you can usually find an array of street and visual artists, palm and tarot readers, musicians, and other buskers. More>>

Aquarium of the Americas
It seems fitting that one of the top U.S. aquariums should be located on the banks of the Mississippi River, near the Gulf of Mexico. The Caribbean reef exhibit allows visitors to walk through a multicolored sea world via a 30-foot glass tunnel. More>>


NEW ORLEANS RESTAURANTS
Brennan's
Owned an d operated by the Brennan restaurant clan for generations, this is where one of New Orleans most famous desserts, bananas Foster, was invented, after a chef was bet that he couldn't create an elegant dish with bananas. More>>

Crescent City Steakhouse
Even though it's been open since 1934, very few tourists know about this place. It's relatively low key, with a television playing in the dining room and an old juke box, but the steaks are world class. More>>

Gautreau's Restaurant
This culinary gem is hidden away in a quiet uptown neighborhood. In fact, it's so hard to find that it only survives through word of mouth. Duck and other fresh game is served wonderfully, complimented by a superb wine list and desserts that are out of this world. More>>

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