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Visiting New Orleans in January - What You Need to Know

January finds New Orleans transitioning from Christmas to the Mardi Gras season, and as such, is filled with fun and revelry. Here's what you need to know!

from The Blonde Abroad

The Beginner's Guide to Mardi Gras in New Orleans

Mardi Gras, a.k.a. Fat Tuesday, is a Carnival celebration of food; a revelry before the first day of Lent; a final hurrah before forty days of fasting and abstinence—and boy, is it a wild festival in New Orleans. All in all, the festivities last two weeks, but culminate in bacchanalian parties and colorful parades during the five days surrounding Mardi Gras.

Celebrating Mardi Gras in New Orleans is definitely on my bucket list

from BuzzFeed

13 Reasons Why You Have To Spend A Halloween In New Orleans

Top Reasons to Spend Halloween in New Orleans.. and I get to this year!!

from The Healthy Maven

72 Hours In New Orleans

Planning a visit to New Orleans? Here’s a full breakdown of where to stay, what to do and where to eat for your 72 hours New Orleans Travel Guide! A trip of a lifetime you won’t soon forget.

from thrillist

The New Orleans Cocktail Bucket List

Oooh check this out, frozen Irish coffees for $4.50 at a place called Erin Rose. Looks delish!!


Top 10: Best Boozy Brunch Spots in New Orleans

GoNOLA Top 10: Best Boozy Brunch Spots in New Orleans

At New Orleans jazz funerals, the band is followed by the second line, an open parade. Here, Baby Doll dancers honor musician Uncle Lionel Batiste, keeping the tradition of street events kicking for over a century.

"Mardi Gras World is a tourist attraction in New Orleans #Louisiana. Guests tour the working warehouse where floats are made for Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans."