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TRAVEL GUIDE: LOUISIANA


Whether you come for Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest or just for the heck of it, Louisiana will wow you with its charm and beauty. Visit the roaring metropolis of New Orleans, the wetlands of Houma or any of the stately plantations located throughout the state.

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Herbsaint Bar and Restaurant, one of New Orleans' Top 10 Romantic Restaurants
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Soniat House, one of New Orleans' Top 10 Romantic Hotels


Le Richelieu in the French Quarter

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Le Richelieu in the French Quarter
Both casual and elegant, Le Richelieu has been exuding New Orleans charm since it first opened its doors in 1969. The building, though, dates back to 1845, and the 86 rooms are spread out over two historic buildings.


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With doses of Southern charm, Caribbean flair and Old World elegance, New Orleans is a debonair city that moves to its own rhythm. Let this city get into your blood and infect you with its joie de vivre.
The French Quarter in New Orleans

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The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

Guides for other parts of the world

(Updated: 04/18/11 CT)


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