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Click through to see the top 10 things to do in New Orleans. (Besides drunken debauchery on Bourbon Street)

Top 10 Things To Do In New Orleans

Thanksgiving: Click through to see the top 10 things to do in New Orleans. (Besides drunken debauchery on Bourbon Street)

French Quarter courtyard.  This is a real nice one.  There used to be a guy who kept rabbits in his, and let them all run loose among the plants.

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You’d have to be a pretty big curmudgeon for Bourbon Street not to put you in a good mood. Free-flowing music and booze might have something to do with it. Restaurants and bars pack this historic strip of the French Quarter; Jean Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop is even rumored to be haunted. Of course, if you really like crowds, grab your mask and join the Mardi Gras circus.

Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana. Free-flowing music and booze, restaurants and bars pack this historic strip of the French Quarter; Jean Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop is even rumored to be haunted

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