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Lonely Planet New Orleans (Lonely Planet New Orleans)

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Get back to the Big Easy, baby! Always unique, New Orleans is on the rebound with its gumbo pot of eclectic arts, legendary live music, Southern hospitality and unbeatable cuisine. Our longtime New Orleans author ladles out tips on how best to savor this essential, historic American city.

Find Your Fest - someone"s always celebrating in America"s festival city - our special Mardi Gras & Jazz Fest chapter delves into the city"s biggest parties.

Stuff Your Face - pack an appetite for America"s most unique cuisine - top tips on where to find blackened Cajun seafood, delicate Creole sauces, overstuffed muffuletta sandwiches, slithery raw oysters and powdered beignets.

Explore The City - stroll French Quarter byways, browse boutiques, survey antebellum mansions, hang out at the Bywater Art Market - our guide helps you choose your own New Orleans experience.

Lend A Hand - help the Crescent City"s recovery with our Rebuilding New Orleans charitable organization guide, or just by visiting New Orleans. Again.

Synopsis:

The first up-to-date independent resource to New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina includes a special chapter dedicated to Katrina and its aftermath, with extensive coverage of the affected neighborhoods. This edition features extended, more-opinionated reviews and detailed music, food, festivals and architecture chapters, as well as an expanded excursions chapter including Memphis and the Mississippi Blues Highway.The first up-to-date independent resource to New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina includes a special chapter dedicated to Katrina and its aftermath, with extensive coverage of the affected neighborhoods. This edition features extended, more-opinionated reviews and detailed music, food, festivals and architecture chapters, as well as an expanded excursions chapter including Memphis and the Mississippi Blues Highway.

Synopsis:

Discover New Orleans

Discover the evolution of Mardi Gras: from pagan rites to the right to party

Ward off evil spirits with a gris-gris (amulet) from a Santeria shop

Stroll along a pirate's alley, uncover secret gardens and visitan iconic author's home'all in a leisurely afternoon

Feast on mud bugs, lizards and every part of the pig you can imagine

In This Guide:

Two authors, 60 days of in-city research, 17 detailed maps, innumerable po'boys eaten

Special chapter on rebuilding New Orleans with information on continued relief efforts and volunteer opportunities

Expanded Day Trips &Excursions chapter gives you a taste of Cajun Country

Product Details

ISBN:
9781740599122
Author:
Downs, Tom
Publisher:
Lonely Planet
Author:
Sean Mussenden
Author:
Et Al
Author:
Karlin, Adam
Author:
Dunford, Lisa
Subject:
United States - South - New Orleans
Subject:
United States / South / West South Central (AR, LA, OK, TX)
Copyright:
Edition Number:
4
Series:
Lonely Planet New Orleans
Publication Date:
20061101
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
197 x 128 mm

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Product details 320 pages Lonely Planet Publications - English 9781740599122 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The first up-to-date independent resource to New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina includes a special chapter dedicated to Katrina and its aftermath, with extensive coverage of the affected neighborhoods. This edition features extended, more-opinionated reviews and detailed music, food, festivals and architecture chapters, as well as an expanded excursions chapter including Memphis and the Mississippi Blues Highway.The first up-to-date independent resource to New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina includes a special chapter dedicated to Katrina and its aftermath, with extensive coverage of the affected neighborhoods. This edition features extended, more-opinionated reviews and detailed music, food, festivals and architecture chapters, as well as an expanded excursions chapter including Memphis and the Mississippi Blues Highway.
"Synopsis" by , Discover New Orleans

Discover the evolution of Mardi Gras: from pagan rites to the right to party

Ward off evil spirits with a gris-gris (amulet) from a Santeria shop

Stroll along a pirate's alley, uncover secret gardens and visitan iconic author's home'all in a leisurely afternoon

Feast on mud bugs, lizards and every part of the pig you can imagine

In This Guide:

Two authors, 60 days of in-city research, 17 detailed maps, innumerable po'boys eaten

Special chapter on rebuilding New Orleans with information on continued relief efforts and volunteer opportunities

Expanded Day Trips &Excursions chapter gives you a taste of Cajun Country

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