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PARK 'N FLY - New Orleans
PARK 'N FLY - New Orleans 1017 Airline Drive Kenner, LA, USA

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Sightseeing

Welcome to New Orleans with its subtropical climate gumbo of cultural influences and laid-back lifestyle. New Orleans stands out from other US cities making it one of the nation's most popular travel destinations, some are drawn by its history others by its food and music the best place the stronger New Orleans visit is where the city got its start Jackson Square flanked by the nation's oldest cathedral and first apartment complex, the square is as sinful to city life today as it was in the early 1700s when New Orleans was founded just across Decatur Street is Cafe Du Monde which has been serving its signature beignets since 1862.

The Good Side of MSY

Chartres and Royal streets are packed with great boutiques and art galleries. The French Quarter is also home to numerous museums including the historic New Orleans collection which offers three exhibits exploring the city's 300-year backstory and two legendary restaurants such as Antoine where orchards Rockefeller was invented and Brennan with its famous flaming Bananas Foster. Don't just limit your explorations to the quarter off on the St. Charles streetcar and taken the garden district's massive mansion then hop off and hit magazine streets which offers six miles of serious shopping present park runs along the Mississippi River from the French Quarter to buy water providing incredible city views, grab a bicycle from one of the many nearby rental shops and see the park or head out and explore the city Bourbon Street, is known worldwide for its rowdy party atmosphere while Frenchmen Street in the Marigny neighborhood is more music minded with a wide variety of clubs where you'll hear everything from jazz to reggae in between sets.

The Bad Side of MSY

Check out the after dark Frenchmen art market uptown downtown back uptown wherever you end up in New Orleans your Shores have found a good time.