New Orleans is a great city with so much to offer. Royal St. Courtyard was featured in a blog post highlighting a trip to New Orleans booked through TripAdvisor. The check-in process was easy and the neighborhood was described as “[s]uper close to the French Quarter, Frenchmen street but yet far enough to be quiet and a great area.” To learn more, click here.
Summer in New Orleans can be very easily described as a combo of heat + humidity + thunder. The good news? We are a city known to have fun no matter what the circumstances are. Between July and August there are a series of amazing and unique events, festivals, and parties that will guarantee you’ll have a great time in the city.
With 70+ vendors spread throughout the fairgrounds, the decision of what to eat can be overwhelming. The good news is that no matter what you eat or drink at Jazz Fest you can’t go wrong. The sad news is that there is so much out there to try, it is impossible to try them all in one day if you also want to enjoy the amazing music that Jazz Fest offers. Here are our recommendations for the must try dishes and drinks at Jazz Fest.
The two most popular ways to arrive in New Orleans is either by plane or car. If you are arriving by plane, you will be arriving at Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) located in Kenner. Kenner is about 25-30 mins from the French Quarter driving so walking isn't really an option. With walking out of the equation, the four main ways of getting to the French Quarter and surrounding areas are airport shuttle, taking a taxi, Uber or renting a car.