Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue

Address: 333 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Central Business District area of New Orleans, is near Tours by Isabelle, Historic New Orleans Walking Tours, Meyer the Hatter, and Post-Katrina City Tour.
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    ... guitars and violins and some just hanging out on street corners in their own space singing and playing their guitars and mouth organs. Lots of dancers, acrobat groups, every kind of busker you could imagine, this is the home of blues and jazz music and it was blasting out everywhere.

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    Good-bye New Orleans

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    ... we could just walk around and enjoy the area. The French Quarter really is a piece of Europe in American but not quite Europe as it truly is a result of mixture of French, Spanish, Negro, and Americans all creating a unique culture here. Reminded be in a way of Quebec also a little bit of Europe in the Americas. Well as I sit at the Louis Armstrong airport in New Orleans Marge and I prepare to say good-bye for now to New Orleans and head back to ...

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