Orleans Travel Guide - New Orleans is a fantastic
city as you will come to see. It is known as the “Big
Easy” because the people love to have fun. What
a town! Many people immediately think of New Orleans
as the city that hosts the party Mardi Gras –
it’s like the party that never ends. Even if
you can’t go at Mardi Gras time you can visit
Blain Kern's Mardi Gras World and see the Mardi Gras
memorabilia, and watch the artists and craftsman preparing
for the biggest party of the year.
The New Orleans Mardi Gras is officially
on one day, the day before Ash Wednesday. But in New
Orleans, the celebrations, parades and festivities
associated with Mardi Gras kick off in early January
and go non-stop to Mardi Gras. It will get into your
soul and haunt you down so that you will come back
again and again.
received its nickname “The Big Easy”
for the all night parties and all day parties it throws.
You’ll have wonderful times as you visit this
well-known area. Touring the area on foot, or taking
a cruise on board the River Cajun Queen or travelling
on trips by car you will have a great time in New
Orleans as so many others have.
From the New Orleans Aquarium of
the Americas and the Audobon Zoo as well as the fun
you’ll have haunting the nightlife, eating the
delicious seafood and drinking, dancing and singing
you’ll be pleasantly and thoroughly entertained.
There won’t be any time to waste as this place
has more to see and do than you can imagine.
a myriad of Hotels in New Orleans
to choose from, you can be close to the action and
yet have a place to rest your head on a pillow if
you need to. Sleep? I don’t think you’ll
get too much of that because you won’t want
to miss anything. Come one and come all to the party
land! You may just wish to take some naps in the afternoons
to gear up for the nights, because in this town you’ll
really want kick up your heels. So have a rip roaring
good time in New Orleans. Don’t
miss the fun! For others there is the historical side
of New Orleans – the history, the jazz, culture,
the growth of the Mississippi as a trading route.
New Orleans as well as the fun side has many cultural
and natural history attractions.