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Get Jazzed Up In New Orleans!

Updated: Jan 3



Laissez les bon temps roule and get jazzed up! Make a game plan and narrow the playing field before you go. The services of a great travel agent is your best resource for you visit to the Big Easy. Wear walking shoes and walk until you can’t walk anymore. The streetcar or the City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Bus helps! Or better yet, Segway! There are some awesome tours/activities, so leave nothing behind!


Food Lover’s Paradise! Prepare your taste buds for a party! This blog will not declare title for the best chargrilled oysters, choose for yourself! It's not easy when “slap your mama” cuisine is in front of you. Do have the gumbo, crawfish etouffee, BBQ Shrimp, a CBB, red fish, bread pudding, pralines, beignets, and café au lait. Take a cooking schools class, eat and leave with recipes. Learn the history behind the po-boys, Cajun, Creole, etc. Quench your thirst in Nawlins with signature cocktails. So laissez les bon temps roule (let the good times roll)!


Jazz It Up! For the sound of NOLA, the place to be is Frenchmen Street where the locals go. Frenchmen Street's music clubs and restaurants is known as the hottest nightlife destination, entertainment by the best! The French Quarter remains a number one drawing card so don't miss the infamous Preservation Hall on St. Peter Street. The swaggering Preservation Hall presents intimate concerts featuring living legends showcasing the evolution of New Orleans Jazz!


Where to Stay? There is a multitude of hotels to choose from so be sure your hotel is the right fit for you. Location matters --lodgng in the French Quarter, the Garden District, Central Business District, the Warehouse District, Marigny, etc. Again, this is where an awesome travel agent is invaluable.


When It Rains! Be prepared and keep going! Don't miss the Treme walking tour. The Treme district is adjacent to the French Quarter and home to the Mahalia Jackson Theater. It was Ms. Jackson who inspired Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to give his famous I Have A Dream speech at the 1963 March On Washington.


Who Should Visit? Wow, a great destination for groups, schools, families, couples, solo, reunions, foodies, adventurers, history buffs, festival and music lovers, etc.


Life as a travel agent never fails to be interesting. But what I’m most interested in is helping you plan your next vacation. You deserve it.


Contact Travel With Serenity for your stress-free Crescent City visit; get jazzed up!


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