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New Orleans - St Patrick's Day Weekend
40's - 50's and 60's+ Singles Weekend

March 14 - 18, 2020
   
$1395*

Don't be left with green with envy, experience one of America's most culturally and historically rich destinations during one of the best times of year. Join our New Orleans St Patrick's day weekend and not only will you hear jazz and blues music, taste amazing food, stroll the historic French Quarter, ride a Paddlewheeler you will also enjoy an Irish block party and a huge parade with floats. So book now and make friends and memories for life!
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New Orleans St Patrick's Day Singles Weekend Itinerary

New Orleans french quarterVacation Day 1 - Arrive New Orleans 
Arrive at New Orleans Airport, we suggest taking a shuttle to the groups' hotel, the Hotel Le Marais in the French Quarter. You can arrive early and spend the day exploring. Meet your New Orleans tour leader at 7:00pm for a meet and greet and to walk to dinner at the famous Tujague's restaurant, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans. This French Quarter institution has been serving traditional New Orleans cuisine for more than 160 years.

 

Vacation Day 2: New Orleans City Tour
New Orleans CarriagePut on your walking shoes this morning as we will follow in the footsteps of historic figures. Stroll along the Mighty Mississippi, through the French Market and Jackson Square, then down by the quaint streets named for past saints and sinners. Learn about the Creoles that founded the city in 1718. See the old Quarter come to life as our guide explains its secrets the architecture, courtyards, gardens, food, music, and art.
This afternoon we drive around the different New Orleans neighborhoods. Visit one of New Orleans' historic cemeteries, referred to as "Cities of the Dead" and learn about this unique above ground New Orleans cemeteryburial system. Marvel at stories of voodoo and Jean Lafitte and his band of pirates. View the longest bridge over water in the world. Follow the path of the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, the oldest continuously operating passenger railway system in the world (until Hurricane Katrina). See the homes of former Kings and Queens of Mardi Gras, stately mansions and the world-famous, exclusive Garden District. 

 

Vacation Day 3: New Orleans City Tour - Swamp Tour
New Orleans Swamp tourThis morning we will take a fascinating boat trip into the Louisiana Swamps & Bayous. Experience the timeless beauty of South Louisiana in a custom built swamp boat through as we ride through part of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park - Barataria Preserve. Native guides will reveal to us the mysteries of the swamps and bayous and the Cajun "joie de vivre". We will observe the nesting grounds of alligators, egrets, raccoons, nutria, and many species of snakes.
Free afternoon to explore Bourbon Street and the French Quarter, until we gather tonight for dinner. South Louisiana is known for plantation homes take an optional tour and get a feel for the Antebellum South as you look out over rows of oak trees to the Mississippi river from the porch of Natchez new orleansa plantation home. You can find optional half day tours here - Optional Tours
Step back in time as we board a paddlewheeler for a true Creole evening out on the Mighty Mississippi River accompanied by the tunes of a Dixieland jazz band. Enjoy a Creole buffet dinner onboard filled with New Orleans classics. Take to the dance floor to move and groove to the sounds of Dixieland jazz or walk outside to enjoy the fresh air as we sail down the Mississippi at twilight.

 

Vacation Day 4: New Orleans - St Patrick's Day
Mardi Gras worldExperience Mardi Gras World, where over 500 floats built and decorated each year.  Here artists and craftsmen have designed and built the oldest and biggest parade floats and attractions.  Get an overview of the history of Mardi Gras in New Orleans before we tour the float den. You can never get this close to the floats while they’re rolling in parades, and this is certainly the only place to see how these amazing pieces come to life each year.
Let's celebrate St Patty's Day!  Only a few blocks from Mardi Gras World is the Irish Channel Block Party which begins at 1:00pm. Enjoy Irish music, food, drinks, and dancers. We will stop here before we trolly back to the French Quarter to get ready for the 73rd annual Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Day parade. Men and women in walking groups dress in costumes of green and give out flowers, beads, and kisses to parade goers along the route. Music adds to the festivities with bands in the parade, and groups dancing down the street...only stopping to award their beautiful beads and flowers to the lucky parade goers. Floats and truck floats (those on flatbed trailers created by the riders themselves) respond to the call, "Throw me something, Mister!" Historically, the parade's most famous throws are cabbages, carrots, onions...and moonpies!

 

Vacation Day 5: Depart New Orleans
After breakfast the New Orleans St Patrick's Day singles weekend comes to an end. It is time to say goodbye to all your travel friends and make your way to the airport for your flights home.

 

New Orleans - St Patrick's Day Singles Weekend

 
March 14 - March 18, 2020


Price: $1395*


Singles Getaway Vacation Includes
* 4 Nights Accommodations
* Breakfast Daily - 2 Dinners

* New Orleans Tour Leader/Guide

* Guided Tours, Activities and Admissions per itinerary
* All Taxes and Surcharges

 

*The price per person is for a double room. Best Single Travel provides free roommate matching on all our vacations, so there is never a need to pay a "single supplement". If you wish to room alone it is an additional $550

Not Included

* Airfare

* Airport Shuttle - Click Here for Airport Shuttle

Deposit $300!
Balance Due December 14, 2019
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