Traveling Wease launched a new report on the top 10 things to do in New Orleans, including tasting the delicious beignets, visiting the Chalmette Battlefield, and stopping by the unique New Orleans cemeteries.
Traveling Wease, a travel blog, launched a new report on the top 10 attractions in New Orleans. Written in the form of a travel journal, the article is easy to read and features photos of the main attractions in New Orleans, as well as some unique local trivia. Included on the list are the famous Bourbon Street, the French Quarter, the Chalmette Battlefield, as well as local “shotgun houses”.
The full report can be found at https://travelingwease.com/new-orleans-at-its-finest.
Renowned for its delicious Southern cuisine, distinct music and annual festivities such as the Mardi Gras, New Orleans is ideal for a city break. The new report by Traveling Wease aims to provide readers with an accessible list of ten unique New Orleans attractions that are often off the beaten track and can make for a memorable travel experience.
The report is based on blog author Wease’s own experience in the Big Easy, and the first suggestion is a stop at a laid-back café for a taste of the local beignets – a New Orleans icon “similar to a sweet scone covered with powdered sugar”.
Next on the list are the famous Bourbon Street, French Quarter, and the less touristy Garden District.
According to the report, another interesting attraction is the cemetery – one that, surprisingly enough, has absolutely no graves: “There were no graves because the water table was too high. When a member of the family dies, the casket is placed in the mausoleum and then the door is sealed. The temperature is so hot in New Orleans, the mausoleum acts like a crematory. When the next family member passes away, they just sweep the ashes to the back and put the new casket in.”
Other suggested attractions are the Chalmette Battlefield and the French Market.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.