Mardi Gras is the last day of debauchery right before Lent. To truly celebrate Mardi Gras, book your last minute trip to New Orleans and follow my top 13 tips to ensure you are partying like a local.
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When I am not traveling, one of my favorite things to do is to tour my hometown of New Orleans as if I were on vacation. This past month I took my first ever Cemetery Tour of St Louis #1 with Two Chicks Walking Tour.
October is one of my favorite months in New Orleans. The weather is cooling down, tons of festivals, cemetery tours, and of course Halloween.
As most of my reader’s know, I live in New Orleans and we are in the height of hurricane season (I would say mid August-Mid September, but some meteorologists say Sept 7-13 is the actual height of hurricane season) for the Gulf.
With Hurricane Harvey and Irma on everyone’s radar, I wanted to give some tips about vacationing and living in a Hurricane Prone Area and how to be prepared.