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Our Favorite Brunch Spots in New Orleans 

New Orleans, Louisiana is a city of jazz, Bourbon Street, po-boys, and endless parties. It’s also home to a great weekend brunch that is a tradition with locals and visitors alike. If you’re going to be visiting “The Big Easy”, it’s imperative that you eat some incredible New Orleans Cajun cuisine, like gumbo, crawfish etouffee, fried green tomatoes, and jambalaya. Don’t miss the sweet treats there too, in the way of fried and fluffy powder-sugar coated beignets and creamy pecan pralines. They are truly a treat for the senses, and your sweet tooth. The city is truly a food-lovers’...

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The Absolute Best Time to Visit New Orleans

If you are looking for a fun place to go and visit, you have probably thought about spending time in New Orleans. The bayou is a beautiful place to visit but the different seasons certainly bring different weather and things to do. Before you book your ideal vacation rental home, think carefully about when you and your family should visit this gem of a city. It is one of the most colorful and eccentric cities in the South, but when is the best time to go? There is a lot to experience and explore, so learn more about some of the top perks of visiting New Orleans, and find the best time...

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City Park 101

Anyone who has ever been to City Park knows how massive it is, or at least you think you do! I don’t know how many times I have ventured to the park and only scratched the surface of all it has to offer. If this is your first time in NOLA and you have never been to the park, it is definitely worthwhile and I am here to provide you with a 101 guide to City Park. Eats -Acorn Take in the scenic views of City Park while enjoying a meal made with vegetables from the on-site veggie garden. Acorn is located in the Children’s Museum and serves up delicious kid and family-friendly breakfast...

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