where European traditions blend with Caribbean influences, the history is as colorful as the local architecture; the food is the stuff of legend. Haitian and African Creoles developed an exotic, spicy cuisine and were instrumental in creating jazz and Cajun Zydeco.
The street names are French and Spanish, the Creole architecture comes in a carnival of tropical colors, and the voodoo is a Caribbean import. The magic is irresistible.
New Orleans is a cultural gumbo, where the celebrate their differences. In fact, they celebrate almost anything in the Big Easy. Laissez le Bons Temps Rouler -- Let the Good Times Roll. A reminder of french heritage, a way of life that began three centuries ago and remains today.
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