Grove Plantation, Vacherie
isn't known just for New Orleans. It's known for all things
crawfish, Creole and Cajun and for beautiful, sprawling plantations
and good 'ole Southern hospitality.
prime location in the south-central part of the country has
made it a perfect place for business as well, with New Orleans
acting as the hub. "The Big Easy," "Crescent City,"
"City of Saints and Sinners" -- New Orleans has
been called many things, but dull definitely isn't one of
them. From eating a delectable po' boy sandwich at an outdoor
café to watching street musicians perform in Jackson Square,
New Orleans has it all. Accommodations are as diverse as the
city's culture. Travelers can either stay at a luxurious chain
hotel or at a quaint B&B with wrought iron balconies in
the heart of the city.
forget about the famous antiques area of the French Quarter,
where tourists flock to search for that perfect addition to
their home collection. Whether you have a few days or
a few hours, take time to explore the Vieux Carré (French
Quarter). Its history and beauty is astounding and you never
know what you'll find (especially at night on Bourbon Street)!
Just remember to guard your belongings while sightseeing --
the crowds can get thick and pickpockets have been known to
prowl the French Quarter (and the famous New Orleans cemeteries)
for unsuspecting tourists.
les bon temps rouler!