Fodor's New Orleans 2013 (Full-color Travel Guide) by Fodor's

By Fodor's

New Orleans is a major, bright, bursting on the seams, melting pot of a urban. no matter if you’re traveling for the track, the nutrition, to get to the recognize humans, or to simply celebration all evening lengthy (maybe the entire above) Fodor’s New Orleans is the guidebook that would assist in making convinced that you've the journey of an entire life, at any time when you pass.

Expanded insurance: comprises new lodge and eating place reports all through New Orleans, in addition to in pick out locations in Plantation nation and Cajun country.

Discerning ideas: Fodor’s New Orleans bargains savvy recommendation and proposals from neighborhood writers to assist tourists utilize their time. Fodor’s selection designates our greatest alternatives, from inns to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” rates from fellow tourists offer helpful insights.

TripAdvisor reports: Our experts’ lodge choices are bolstered by means of the newest patron suggestions from TripAdvisor. tourists can publication their New Orleans stick with self assurance, as simply the easiest houses make the lower.

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