Day 1 - 4 Mar 2018
Content: Started our journey with a 2 hour American airlines flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The terminal was good, and staff was very professional and friendly, security was very tight they used to check from head to toe with precision.
Day 1 - 4 Mar 2018
Content: Rented a car from the airport for our entire journey and took a 15 min drive to hotel where we checked-in. Location was good away from caos, rooms were big and loaded with luxury, staff was welcoming. Just one thing was missing that is a microwave which we were expecting at this price. parking was not free.
Content: Dropping our luggage, with a short ride reached French Quarter which is a street known for its traditional hotels. Architecture of hotels is very unique one cannot pass without clicking a photo, street were very crowded when we arrived. Visiting early in morning is highly recommended.
Content: Walking through the street took a stop and had dinner at a local restaurant, the Egg Benedict was amazing and portion was decent, later had bananas foster dessert in for which the place is known for. Need a prior booking before visiting and it is easily accessible for handicaps.
Content: After Dinner, with a short walk, we reached Preservation Hall located in the heart of the french quarter, for a night jazz concert. The place is small traditional jazz concert venue, place is incredible loaded with talent, make sure to carry a drink as there is no food service available.
Day 2 - 5 Mar 2018
Content: Started our morning with a 10 min drive to Commander's Palace for a jazz breakfast. On arrival we were greeted by a pleasant diverse staff, the food, drinks and strawberry shortcake was amazing, here the best thing which makes it a must visit place is a top-rated jazz trio wanders around and play music.
Content: With a short walk reached Briggs-Staub House, which is considered one of the best-preserved collections of historic mansions in the South, and certainly one of the most picturesque. Very beautiful mansion, well preserved, not much crowded. A must stop place in garden district.
Content: Colonel Short's Villa also known as Italianate home is a historical landmark, which describes its cast-iron morning glory and cornstalk fence. Beautiful mansion, loved the cast iron fence. This area has many mansions but this is among the best.
Content: Visited home of John Goodman, John Goodman is an American actor, who played a role of Dan Conner in a series named Roseanne, which won a globe award for best actor. The mansion was huge Built in colonial style.
Content: Later after exploring garden district visited a Italian restaurant. As soon as we entered the restaurant the decor was lovely, food and service was top notch, good mixture of Italian and southern cuisine. A great place for delightful treat to your taste buds.
Day 3 - 6 Mar 2018
Content: After breakfast, with a 10 min drive we reached Pharmacy Museum, Which contains collections of pharmaceutical objects and the history of pharmacy. The museum is one of the largest and most significant. Museum seems to be very small with lot of stuff, saw some weird old medical artifacts, too much crowded place. Need to visit early limited tickets available.
Content: Walking distance from Pharmacy museum there is place which provides Original Craft Cocktail Walking Tour. Gained knowledge about NOLA history. Had an amazing tour and our guide Joe was very knowledgeable and polite.
Content: Visited a bar known as Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar for relaxation, which is one of the oldest bar around. Cute little small dark bar, Good place to visit with friends and spouse. Live piano music is also available which is a pure relaxation sipping chilled beer. Visiting here in dark would enhance the experience.
Content: Returning back from Blacksmith bar, ordered room service which was impressive the food was healthy and good in taste, hospitality was top notch, impressed by the gesture and luxurious cutlery in which the food was served.
Day 4 - 7 Mar 2018
Content: After breakfast with a 15 min drive headed towards Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport from where we boarded a 2 hour American airlines flight to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. The flight was extremely comfortable and crew was very helpful.