New Orleans

New Orleans was hit hard August, 2005 by Hurricane Katrina. But, this devastating slap from nature hit tourism equally hard. As the fifth anniversary looms near, New Orleans is back in business.There are more restaurants, more hotels, more entertainment in the Big Easy than ever before. In fact, there is much more to this city than Bourbon, beads and beer! Once you’ve strolled up and down Bourbon Street a few times, take time to explore how this city ticks. Fab Placez opens up the city’s food culture with a cooking class at New Orleans School of Cooking, gives you a peek at museums like The Cabildo and The Presbytere, and offers tours of such a varied nature as cemeteries and WWII museums.

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Friday: Arrival between 3-5:00 pm

Time Venue
3-5:00pm Arrival at Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport
5:30-6pm Check-In Lafitte's Guest House

1003 Bourbon Street

6:30-7:30pm Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop

941 Bourbon Street

7:00-8pm Jackson Square

615 Pere Antoine Alley

8-9:30pm Dinner Irene's Cuisine

539 Saint Phillip Street

9:30-??? Fritzel's European Jazz Pub

733 Bourbon Street

Arrival at Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport

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Check-In Lafitte's Guest House: 1003 Bourbon Street

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Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop: 941 Bourbon Street

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Jackson Square: 615 Pere Antoine Alley

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Dinner Irene's Cuisine: 539 Saint Phillip Street

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Fritzel's European Jazz Pub: 733 Bourbon Street

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Saturday: Full day of activities

Time Venue
8:30-9:30 am Café du Monde

800 Decatur Street

10-12:30 pm New Orleans School of Cooking

524 St. Louis Street

1:15-3pm New Orleans Cemetery History Tour Rev. Zombie's Voodoo Shop
3:30-5:30pm The Presbytere

751 Chartres Street

The Cabildo

701 Chartres Street

6:30-7:30pm Jacque-Imos

8324 Oak Street

8-10:00pm La Petit Theatre

616 Saint Peter Street

11:00pm-??? Snug Harbor

626 Frenchmen Street

Café du Monde: 800 Deacur Street

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New Orleans School of Cooking: 524 St. Louis Street

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New Orleans Cemetery History Tour Rev. Zombie's Voodoo Shop

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CThe Presbytere: 751 Chartres Street / The Cabildo: 701 Chartres Street

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Jacque-Imos: 8324 Oak Street

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La Petit Theatre: 616 Saint Peter Street

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Snug Harbor: 626 Frenchmen Street

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Sunday:Morning activities only/assuming plane leaves in afternoon

Time Venue
7:30-8:15am Café Fleur-de-Lis

307 Chartres Street

8:30-9:00am St. Charles Trolley

Exit at St. Joseph Street

9-10:30am National WWII Museum

945 Magazine Street

11:00am-12:00pm Ugly Dog Saloon and BBQ

401 Andrew Higgins Dr.

12:30-1:30pm Magazine Antique Mall

3017 Magazine Street


3025 Magazine Street



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12:30-1:30pm Ursuline Convent

1110 Chartres Street

Approx. 2:30

Lafitte's Guest House

Café Fleur-de-Lis: 307 Chartres Street

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St. Charles Trolley Exit at St. Joseph Street

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National WWII Museum: 945 Magazine Street

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Ugly Dog Saloon and BBQ: 401 Andrew Higgins Dr.

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Magazine Antique Mall 3017 Magazine Street Sucre 3025 Magazine Street

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Ursuline Convent: 1110 Chartres Street

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Lafitte's Guest House

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