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St. Patrick’s Day in New Orleans

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated with much fervor in New Orleans. While in most other places, it is just a one-day celebration, in New Orleans, it is celebrated over a few weeks, with parties, parades, and Irish food and drinks. If you are visiting New Orleans this weekend, don’t forget to wear green!

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The NOLA Fleur-de-lis

The fleur-de-lis is a symbol of pride to New Orleans residents. We decorate our homes, businesses, clothes, and even our awesome football players with this emblem. To us, the fleur-de-lis is a symbol of strength and unity for a spiritually indestructible post-Katrina community.

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Learn Cajun Lingo!

If you take a tour with us to cajun country, you'll learn the cajun dialect is a unique and sometimes incomprehensible language to native English OR French speakers. The historical language of the cajun people is Cajun French and while there are still those living...

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Acadia Music Festival

Perfect weather is forecasted this weekend for the Acadia Music Fest! This festival, celebrating the art, food, culture, and most importantly MUSIC of the Cajun people takes place this Saturday, October 28th in Thibodaux and runs from 10am-11pm. Thibodaux is a small...

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The Sugar Palace

Frequently, we are asked which of the River Road plantation houses is the best to visit. It's a difficult question to answer since they are all so unique and interesting for different reasons. One of our favorites though is Houmas House, aka The Crown Jewel of...

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