New Orleans Attractions
New Orleans Attractions

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New Orleans is one of the wildest cities in the world and it's loaded with all sorts of attractions for visitors and residents alike. Many of them involve music, food and drinking, so get plenty of rest before you visit and get ready to party!

French Quarter
This is the heart of New Orleans, with Bourbon Street being the center of it all. Here you'll find great Cajun food, amazing Jazz and hot babes flashing their boobs. Just walking through the French Quarter offers a fun experience. It's even better when you join in the fun!

JazzFest
Formaly known as the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, this music festival tends to fall toward the end of April through the beginning of May. More than 4,000 talented musicians, cooks and crafts people assemble to share their unique culture and heritage with locals and visitors alike over the 10-day festival throughout the city. The festival takes place at the Fair Grounds Race Course, centrally located at 1751 Gentilly Blvd., 10 minutes from the French Quarter.

Mardi Gras
This is the party of the year, a two-week street party that ends on Fat Tuesday, usually the last Tuesday of February. This party is so much fun, and there is so much to do and see like looking or dressing up in costumes, looking at all the women flashing their "merchandise," drinking beer (on the streets or in the bars), looking at women's breasts, wearing and giving away beads, and did I mention all the breasts? Check out Magazine and Bourbon Streets for the some of the best fun.

Louisiana Superdome
Home of the New Orleans Saints football team, the Superdome offers prime football in a great stadium. The Saints were perenial losers until they finally won the Super Bowl in 2010. Address: Sugar Bowl Dr., New Orleans, LA 70112. Call 504-587-3663 for more information.

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