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About 1 kilometre (1 mile) from the heart of New Orleans, United States of America, is Bourbon Street.
The New Orleans Museum of Art, French Market and Jackson Square are a sample of New Orleans' great things to see and do.
Those who'd like to experience one of Bourbon Street's more upscale hotels should check out the rates and amenities at the Royal Sonesta New Orleans.
Life is a Celebration on Bourbon Street
While Bourbon Street is pretty quiet and tame during the day, sunset ushers in a vibrant circus of dancers, singers, and people looking to party. Most of the nighttime attractions here are definitely intended for adults. Anything goes at the many bars and burlesque clubs that stay crowded until close to sunrise Of course, families can enjoy a little daytime fun here by visiting the many famous restaurants and souvenir shops.
The Weather in The Big Easy
Even though winters here are mild, the party scene stays steamy throughout the year. Visitors from colder climates are attracted to the city’s warm temperatures during the winter months. Expect temperatures to linger near 12 degrees Celsius if you come between December and February. Summers are downright sizzling in this sinful city, so plan for temperatures near 28 degrees Celsius if you come to town between June and August. Temperatures during spring and fall remain mild and pleasant. Whether the summer sun is beating down or party lovers are howling at a winter moon, hotels on Bourbon Street are popular throughout the year.
Things to Do on Bourbon Street
Bourbon Street is truly the best place to eat, drink, and be merry. One place where you can do all three things is historic Galatoire’s Restaurant. Anybody who has eaten at Galatoire’s Restaurant will tell you that nothing beats enjoying some real Creole cuisine at one of the oldest restaurants in New Orleans. Other popular stops include the Old Absinthe House, Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop, and Pat O'Brien's. You're sure to return home with fuzzy memories of riding a mechanical bull or dancing with strangers at a crowded jazz club. Of course, you’ll need a great hotel in New Orleans on Bourbon Street to rest at once your big night of fun is over, and your friends at Expedia.ca will take care of you when it comes to getting the guaranteed lowest rate around on a room.
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