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The Audubon Zoo and Aqarium of the Americas sprawls across 58 acres and is home to over 2,000 animals. Some of the exhibits include gorillas, elephants, orangutans, white tigers, alligators, and a Louisiana swamp exhibit.
Bourbon Street is in the heart of the French Quarter and almost synonymous with New Orleans. While it is now primarily known for its bars, parties, and strip clubs, Bourbon Street's history provides a rich insight into New Orleans' past.
harras hotel and casino is a top of the line, five star rated establishment. they offer a wide variety of activities and amenities for tourists and locals alike. the hotel is often rented for events such as prom or conventions and is frequented by celebrities.
This small local bookstore has been in new orleans for three generations before coming close to shutting its doors. Recently remodelled and reopened by three local citizens, Inkheart has recently acquired a small coffee bar, a few computers with free wifi, and even an upstairs to provide a better selection and a great place for book clubs to meet.
Jackson Square, is a historic park in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960, with St. Louis Cathedral fronting the park. St. Louis Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedrals in the United States. The cathedral is reportedly haunted, but church goers flock to its doors every Sunday.
The Mississippi River is the longest river in North America and boasts amazing scenery. There are several National Park sites around the river which make excellent getaways for a picnic, camping, or just a day out. Water skiing, tubing, and swimming promise fun for everyone.
A music store started by Kira Blake and now owned and operated by Josephine Jacobsen, Pluck it, a play on words of an unsavory phrase is a thriving music store filled with anything a musician might need. They offer piano, guitar, and drum lessons to educate the citizens of New Orleans in the art of music.
Opened in the summer of 2014, Z-Comics is a two-story haven for lovers of comic books, tabletop game, cosplay and collectors. Run by a longtime local, the place is family orientated and meant to help budding geeks along with the veteran lovers. There are weekly tournaments and a monthly events, with the theme of the store reflecting various releases of movies, games and comics.