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New Orleans

I visited New Orleans (3 nights) in March 2019 with a close friend for a golf trip. With its great spring weather, New Orleans has many great restaurants, activities and neighborhoods to explore - from French Quarter to the Warehouse to the newly revitalized Uptown. The town feels expansive, but the neighborhoods are very small which makes them a lot of fun to explore. 

We stayed at The Roosevelt – A Waldorf Astoria Hotel which is a nice, old-world yet spacious and welcoming hotel at the edge of the French Quarter – a great location because it is a close walk to French Quarter but not directly in it. The hotel has a nice, small gym with everyone one would need and the hotel in general is very open, spacious and welcoming. 

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  • Dining: The French Quarter has some wonderful lunch places including Sylvain and the Napoleon House and dinner spots including NOLA and Doris Metropolitan; for a great night at a sports bar with giant TVs, head to the riverfront area to Manning’s; our best dinners were in the warehouse district at Chophouse steakhouse and Meril’s italian. 

I would recommend New Orleans as a destination to visit, especially if you are looking for moderate to warm weather in the winter months (when much of the rest of the US is cold) and a relaxing, friendly city to vacation or staycation. There is surprisingly nice golf and the neighborhoods have a great vibe and feel very close-knit. Enjoy!  

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