Thursday, July 22, 2010

New Orleans Trip Guide

New Orleans is a cosmopolitan city, known for its great Southern hospitality and its unique tourist attractions. No visit to New Orleans would be complete without watching Mardi Gras. Every year, thousands of people travel to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras day is considered a holiday in the greater New Orleans area and most businesses are closed or have shortened hours.

New Orleans should be pleasant at almost any time of year except July and August, which can be exceptionally hot and muggy. Within the city of New Orleans, it's quite easy to get around most of the key neighborhoods using a combination of walking, streetcars and buses, and the occasional cab. Almost every major tourist attraction is located in the same walkable radius.

There are various hotels available in New Orleans for your accommodations. If you have tight budget, Internet can be the best place to find cheap hotels in New Orleans. Some hotels allow you to make reservation online.

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