Two Chicks Walking Tours Blog For New Orleans Travelers

Events to Look Forward to This Holiday Season in New Orleans

New Orleans

Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA decorated for Christmas Every occasion in the Big Easy calls for a parade, so naturally, New Orleans events to look forward to this holiday season include two parades that rhyme! The 2017 Krewe of Jingle Parade rolls through downtown on Saturday,…

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How to Do Turkey Day in the Crescent City

New Orleans

Image of a turkey on Thanksgiving at Two Chicks Walking Tours in New Orleans, LA Planning to spend Thanksgiving in New Orleans? Well, you hit the jackpot (and not just because the casinos are open)! What could be a better setting for a holiday that celebrates gratitude and…

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Celebrate Halloween in New Orleans

Halloween revelers in skeleton costumes walking through Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA When it comes to Halloween, New Orleans knows how to celebrate. From walking tours that explore the city’s macabre history to zombie roller girls, October brings festive events and activities for ghouls and goblins of…

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Two Chicks’ Picks for Happy Hour Spots in New Orleans

New Orleans

Oysters sitting on a bed on lice with lemon wedges in New Orleans, LA No trip to New Orleans can truly be complete without tipping back a few drinks at one of the city’s numerous watering holes. There’s no shortage of places to choose from, but these happy…

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Two Chicks’ Picks for New Orleans’ Best Cozy Hideaways

New Orleans

New Orleans , LA live oak with long branches extending to ground New Orleans is a city where people live out loud. Few places on the planet can compete with the pageantry, culture, and sheer energy that goes into having a good time in the Crescent City….

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Resources and Sources

Sources

Prostitution is widely recognized as the world’s oldest profession and our “Brothels, bordellos and ladies of the night” tour seeks to give these founding mothers their due. This tour traces prostitution from the colonizing of New Orleans up to the Storyville District (1897 – 1917) and beyond. The two hour tour has pulled from many…

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