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New Orleans, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - Experience the Renaissance Pere Marquette, a beautiful, modern, New Orleans hotel near the French Quarter, just one block from Bourbon Street and minutes
Bossier City, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - Located 1 mile from the casinos and the major shopping areas, this hotel is 5 miles from the Barksdale Air Force Base, the Centurytel Arena, and the Convention
West Monroe, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - The Holiday Inn Express & Suites, West Monroe, Los Angeles is located off I-20 and a short drive to local attractions including Monroe Convention Center
Houma, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - The Holiday Inn Houma, a full service hotel, is located five miles from the Houma Airport.
Houma, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - The Howard Johnson Houma is located in Houma, it is less than one mile from Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center and two miles from Southdown Plantation House.
New Orleans, Louisiana Youth Hostels - Best Location in New Orleans. Free Shuttles Greyhound and Amtrack. Free Breakfast, WiFi
Lafayette, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - The Pear Tree Inn Lafayette is located approximately four miles from the Cajun Dome. Hotel amenities include a complimentary continental breakfast, free
Baton Rouge, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - Welcome all football fans. Book your rooms for this year's games at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Baton Rouge South.
Scott, Louisiana Hotels & Resorts - This property is a limited service hotel with 73-room, interior corridor, swimming pool, business center; meeting room, and free high-speed Internet access.
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A Louisiana vacation is filled with amazing things to do and see. Experience Cajun culture and food, listen to talented Jazz musicians, visit New Orleans and relax along the Bayou shores. Louisiana culture is very diverse which makes a Louisiana vacation a unique and enriching experience. Plan a trip to Louisiana almost any time of the year for a wonderful and exciting vacation!
Start your Louisiana travels in New Orleans, the biggest and most popular tourist city in the state. There is a strong French influence in Louisiana which is particularly noticeable on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. You many even hear some people actually speaking French on Bourbon Street. You can shop French goods and foods at local markets and try some delicious authentic French dining seated at an outdoor restaurant. At night, the street comes alive, with live music, and festive bars and nightclubs. Bourbon Street is where the world famous Mardi Gras festival is held each year.
Next stop, Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s capital city. Here you can enjoy delicious Cajun fare, tour massive plantations, sight-see through city parks, stop at the capitol and tour an antebellum south home. For you sport’s lovers, check out a Louisiana State University football game, a truly unique experience and beloved past time for locals. As you can tell from the name alone, Baton Rouge, like New Orleans, is filled with French influence and is a definite stop on a great Louisiana vacation!
Head to the Mississippi River for an exciting river boat tour or spend a couple nights camping with family and friends in one of Louisiana’s many state parks. There are several lakes throughout the state where you can enjoy some great fishing, boating and swimming. Louisiana is also well known for its great hunting areas.
Finally, end your Louisiana vacation with a trip to the Bayou, the area where the Gulf of Mexico meets the shores of Louisiana. Rent a Louisiana beach vacation home or stay in a Louisiana hotel and relax on the Gulf Shores. A Louisiana beach vacation is a great way to spend some time with your family or someone special.
So get ready for an other-worldly experience, some serious French influence and some fantastic southern accents in Louisiana! Take a look at some of the great accommodations and travel tours we have on RealAdventures.com and let us help you plan your Louisiana travels today!