New Orleans Winter

Guess what?  It won’t be snowing in New Orleans this winter.  A New Orleans winter seems like springtime to people form up north.  New Orleans is the northernmost Caribbean city.  If you want to experience a real New Orleans winter, do it at a professional B&B or inn.  You are on the right website to […]

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La Belle Esplanade--PIANO

Christmas New Orleans-Style

New Orleans is a city without judgement.  No matter what holiday you want to celebrate in December, come celebrate it in New Orleans, Papa-Noel style.    Christmas New Orleans-style is a celebration of life.  If anyone knows how to celebrate, it’s the good people who live in New Orleans.  Ask any professional New Orleans innkeeper. […]

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New Orleans in December?!!?!!??!

New Orleans in December?  You betcha.  Not many people think about visiting New Orleans in December and, you know what?  They’re missing out on a good idea.  December in New Orleans is a pleasant surprise in all the best ways.  Even though it isn’t crowded in New Orleans in December, it sure is festive.  New […]

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A December New Orleans sky.

December in New Orleans—-Papa Noel-style!

In December in New Orleans, there is no better way to stay than at a professionally licensed New Orleans B&B or inn.  PIANO, the Professional Innkeepers Association of New Orleans, counts over forty New Orleans B&Bs in its membership.  200 rooms—and no two of those rooms are alike!   Variety is the spice of December […]

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Historic New Orleans houses

Papa Noel: Christmas in New Orleans

December is a slow month in New Orleans, tourism-wise.  Not many people come to visit this magical city during December.  Christmas in Connecticut?  Sure.  Christmas in New Orleans?  Not so much, for whatever reason.  Ask any professional New Orleans innkeeper if you should visit New Orleans in December and they will all answer the same, […]

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Autumn in New Orleans

Autumn in New Orleans.! These very words conjure up images of the endless delights that unfold in this unique city.  New Orleans has been called the northernmost Caribbean City.  It has been called America’s Most Interesting City.  It has been called The City That Care Forgot.  It has been called the Big Easy.  Whatever you […]

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New Orleans is a City of Neighborhoods

If you live in a big city, or even if you live in a small one, your city is made up of neighborhoods.  New Orleans is a smallish city with 380,000 people, as of this writing, but it has all the big city amenities one could hope for.  New Orleans is in a class by […]

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A beautiful New Orleans day

Another Beautiful New Orleans Day!

It’s another beautiful day in New Orleans.  It’s hard to have a bad day here. If you are thinking about visiting New Orleans, you can settle for a bland hotel experience, or you can rent somebody’s spare bedroom, or you can put your vacation under the expert guidance of a professional New Orleans innkeeper.  New […]

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Explore U.S. History at the Cabildo

The Cabildo, in New Orleans’ French Quarter, is one of the most historically significant buildings in the country. It was the seat of government in New Orleans during the Spanish colonial period, the Louisiana Purchase was signed here, and the Louisiana Supreme Court called it home for almost 50 years. New Orleans simply oozes with […]

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