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  1. This is awesome!!! Making my decision to visit New Orleans even more exciting. Thank you for this!! Love how everything is in walking distance and there is so much to see, explore, and enjoy!! Photos really helped!

    1. I’m so glad you found this helpful, Tami! I had a great visit in the short time I was there. Hope you do as well! If you have the time and money, definitely visit Commander’s Palace. It’s a bit of a splurge but well worth it – and there are good lunch and drink specials. It’s in the Garden District (coolest houses in town) across the street from Lafayette Cemetery. Wishing you awesome travels!!

  2. Wow! I didn’t realize there was so much to see and do in New Orleans!! Thanks for all the great tips and pictures. Can’t wait to check it out 🙂

  3. Suzanne Redding says:

    Awesome tips. The pictures were great. It truly is a walkable city.

  4. I went to college there and had an awesome time. I took my grown sons there about 4 years ago and saw the city in a totally different light. It is an amazing city filled with so much character and so much to explore! Unfortunately for me, it was very difficult to eat healthy there. The food is delicious but there is so much fried food and too much gluten for my diet.

    1. Rebecca, I agree that it can be difficult to find food for special dietary needs. Luckily quite a few restaurants in New Orleans and beyond post their menus online, which allows us all to view them in advance and find out if they offer dishes that we can eat. The friend I was traveling with is gluten- and dairy-free and found it challenging to find food, too. Fortunately, the hotel restaurant and the 2 higher-end places we splurged on were more than happy to adjust her meals to accommodate her and she thoroughly enjoyed her food.