Hotel St. Marie - New Orleans
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July 31, 2017

Photo courtesy of Satchmo SummerFest on Facebook August Highlight: Satchmo SummerFest What: The 17th annual Satchmo SummerFest When: Friday-Sunday, August 4-6, 2017. Opening reception Thursday, August 3, 7-9 p.m. Where: U.S. Mint, 400 Esplanade Ave. Admission: $5 wristband for daily admission for adults; free for... Read More

July 5, 2017

‘Toulouse St FQ Dec2013 Old Barber’ by Infrogmation of New Orleans on flickr Do you ever wonder how a certain street in the French Quarter came to bear its name? And what the stories are behind the shutters of this Creole cottage, or that storefront?... Read More

June 29, 2017

Photo by Trevor Mark In a city so steeped in history and tradition there’s plenty to explore and take in on any budget. While New Orleans is not lacking in high-end restaurants and upscale entertainment, some of the best things the city has to offer... Read More

June 19, 2017

Kick off your Fourth of July weekend at a New Orleans event like no other, Essence Festival! Essence Festival features many famous musical artists, special guests, speakers, delicious foods and vendors, a fashion show, and more. Book a room close to all of the action... Read More

May 30, 2017

Finding world-class food and expertly crafted cocktails in New Orleans on any day, but who can resist the lure of trying the best cocktails this city has to offer at a nice discount. The French Quarter-based bars and restaurants we recommend below take it up... Read More

May 26, 2017

Hansen’s Sno-Bliz by Infrogmation of New Orleans on flickr Late spring and early summer are the perfect times for a stroll in the French Quarter and a stop for a refreshing gelato or a snoball. However you want to spell “snoball” — there’s no arguing... Read More

May 23, 2017

Madame John’s Legacy by Reading Tom Soaring summer temperatures shouldn’t be a hindrance to sightseeing in the French Quarter. Most of the historical houses or locations we recommend below are open to the public, so you can take refuge in an air-conditioned space while you... Read More

April 18, 2017

It’s a little-known fact that in addition to being the birthplace of jazz and gumbo, New Orleans is also the birthplace of the cocktail. America’s very first cocktail, The Sazerac, was invented right here by Antoine Peychaud in 1838. Since then, there have been countless... Read More

March 31, 2017

Photo courtesy of French Antique Shop on Facebook As a prosperous port city in the Deep South, New Orleans enjoyed a trading boom at one point, collecting the world’s treasures brought in or manufactured by tradesmen, French and Spanish explorers, merchants, planters, and even pirates.... Read More

March 3, 2017

Depending on your stamina and how much ground you’d like to cover in the span of a few hours, you can explore the French Quarter and the nearby Treme and Marigny on foot and bike. Walk the cemeteries at dawn, bike along the Mississippi River,... Read More
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