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Trips to New Orleans
Unfortunately, it is impossible to overlook the tragedy suffered by New Orleans following the passage of Hurricane Katrina in the year 2005. However, the community has worked very hard to rebuild it. It may be typical of southerners, but none of the residents of this city were willing for the hurricane to end the good times.
The unique character of New Orleans has its roots in its history. In 1718, the regent king of France Felipe de Orleans founded this city that, years later, the Spanish ruled for decades before returning to French hands. Finally, the city was sold to the United States in 1803. As expected, with this peculiar past, the city is full of immigrants of all kinds, the reason for the wonderful diversity of races that currently coexist in New Orleans: Creoles, African Americans and Francophones.
Known for its beautiful Spanish colonial architecture and for its extraordinary transport system for old trams, the French Quarter is famous throughout the world for being a symbol of the diversity of New Orleans. Without a doubt, the most famous area of the neighborhood is Bourbon Street, known for its bars and jazz clubs, which are the nerve center of this city's musical style. What's more, all the great jazz personalities have played on this street, and a “great” artist is not considered until he has performed here.
But in this neighborhood not everything is jazz, bars and clubs. It is also home to the famous Café du Monde restaurant, known for its delicious French-style pastries and chicory coffee. When you travel to New Orleans, you should know that this city is closely linked to voodoo. Although this peculiar religion is basically considered a tourist attraction, some inhabitants practice it. When you travel to New Orleans, why not visit Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo Voodoo Shop on Bourbon Street to find out more about this.
Where to sleep in New Orleans
It will not be difficult for you to find the ideal hotel for you in New Orleans through the websites. And it is that you have at your disposal near 196 hotels and other types of accommodation in this popular destination, so you can choose the one that best suits your budget.
Two of New Orleans' best lodging options are Windsor Court Hotel, located at 300 Gravier St, and W New Orleans - French Quarter, located at 316 Chartres St. For something cheaper, check out Garden District B&B or La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway, as they may better meet your expectations.