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Sunday, January 24, 2010

A Vacation Rental In French Quarter; A Patois And Jambalaya Pie

Near the Gulf Coast of Louisiana on the Mississippi river lies a magical city called New Orleans. On the north bank of the river you can find a vacation rental in French Quarter where the music, caf� culture and the beat of the streets has a distinctive ambience all of its own. The city is a mine of fantastic attractions all within easy reach of your vacation rental in French Quarter. Where French is still spoken by many in a patois that has been developed over three hundred years, a vacation rental in French Quarter makes an interesting and stimulating break.

There are many tiny studios and cottages tucked away in this 100 block area of the city designed to act as your comfortable base to explore this fascinating area. Your vacation rental in French Quarter will be well presented and will have all the amenities of home.

Mostly designed for couples or small families, a vacation rental in French Quarter will be air-conditioned and have a fully fitted kitchen and a living area with television. These properties may be modest but the setting is magical.

A vacation rental in French Quarter means you are well placed to take advantage of everything that New Orleans has to offer. Take a streetcar to Uptown New Orleans, visit the Audobon Zoo, Jazzland Themepark, Aquarium of the Americas and take in some leisurely sightseeing in a horsedrawn carriage tour.

There are many attractions in and around the city commemorating both the War of Independence in the 18th century and also in the Civil War of the 19th century. Your vacation rental in French Quarter is at the center of American culture.

Dining out from your vacation rental in French Quarter is a gourmet experience. You can partake of particularly fine, world-renowned meals or you can savour local delicacies such as gumbo, red beans and rice and jambalaya along with Cajun music in countless eateries throughout the quarter.

For a cultural and gourmet experience a vacation rental in French Quarter is a great way to explore New Orleans. If music is your bag, you�ll be spoilt for choice with blues, jazz, Cajun, zydeco, gospel, Brazilian and Caribbean music being played somewhere in the city a short streetcar ride from your vacation rental in French Quarter. You might just want to consider a vacation rental in French Quarter, New Orleans in any season.

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