New Orleans 3-Day Itinerary

New Orleans is such a vibrant city with so much to explore at every turn! From exploring the French Quarter or the quieter Garden District to fancy meals at Commanders Palace or cheap beignets, there is something for everyone in this city. We spent 3-days in New Orleans exploring the city, learning about the history, & tasting amazing local cuisine! This is our New Orleans 3-day Itinerary! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate advertising, which means that…

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Strolling Along the French Quarter of New Orleans

On our last day in New Orleans, we decided to have an easy day strolling through the French Quarter. The French Quarter is know for Bourbon Street and its night life activities, but there is so much more to explore during the day. With stunning architecture on every block and cute little shops, strolling along the French Quarter of New Orleans was a great way to spend our last day in the city. Disclaimer: This…

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Day 2 in New Orleans

New Orleans is such an amazing city to explore for a short 3-day vacation. With so many lively things to see from the French Quarter to the Garden District, it is hard to see all the major sites. That is why on Day 2 in New Orleans, we decided to take a bus tour of the city and end our day with traditional food & celebrations in the French Quarter. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate…

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24 Hours in the Garden District of New Orleans

Often New Orleans is associated with the vibrant craziness of Mardi Celebration that can be the French Quarter. However, the Garden District is the opposite of the French Quarter. With a quiet grace, the numerous historic mansions offer a calming retreat from the craziness of Bourbon Street. During our 3 day adventure, we spent 24 hours in the Garden District of New Orleans. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate advertising, which means that if you click…

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New Orleans Travel Guide

Sweet jazz music seeps from corner cafes. Mardi Gras beads sparkle in the sun waiting for annual festivities. Ancient lace iron work dances with every passing block. Smells of gumbo, spice, & sweets creep out of local restaurants. It is the big easy and it’s perfect for a long weekend trip! This is my New Orleans Travel Guide … Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate advertising, which means that if you click on or purchase a…

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