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Steamboat Natchez Evening Jazz Cruise with Dinner Option

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The Steamboat Natchez is taking some time off, but her sister vessel will be taking her place. This tour offers a whole evening of New Orleans fun aboard a paddle-wheel riverboat. Enjoy unique views of the city without having to deal with crowded streets, and save time and money by combining a cruise with a night of live jazz and Creole-style dinner (if option selected).
US$50.00 per adult
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Eaton_Out wrote a review Today
Greenville, South Carolina323 contributions74 helpful votes
Visited the French Quarter late January 2021. Almost zero masks were found on the street and social distancing was impossible. Shortly after our arrival at the Canal St end a 3-way gang fight broke out. A police cruiser was in sight down the block but the car was empty. No police were seen during our walk down and back. So now we have seen downtown New Orleans and we will not be back. We simply dd not feel safe. I am sure there are other attractions in New Orleans that we would have enjoyed but fault the city, police and council for not having cops on every corner of a district wall to wall with people. One good note we had some fresh local seafood but choose your restaurant carefully.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Sasha R wrote a review 21 Jan
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If you're from Texas and familiar with Austin this is comparable to 6th Street. Only difference is there is a lot of voodoo/witchy history if you will down in the FQ. I would like to go back when this COVID mess is over for more opportunities to learn more about the back history of NOLA and the FQ and the voodoo/hoodoo history but a lot of places were not doing tours. The cathedral was absolutely beautiful and street performers were amazing something you cannot get downtown ATX. Be aware there is marijuana vending downtown and everyone is smoking weed everywhere. We went as a family. It did not bother us but everyone is different. The smell of marijuana lingers in the air and your kids will see people smoking weed and ask what that smell is (lol). The archdioceses has the popular cemeteries closed due to COVID not sure for how long, so that was a bummer. Overall loved it there not sure about driving 9 hours to go back unless I know I'm getting the full NOLA experience.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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McCall wrote a review 20 Jan
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If you are visiting from out of town this is a must see/experience. New Orleans is one of my most favorite places and this is a big part of why - it is like being in Europe or time-traveling. Everyone is so kind and friendly, and there is so much history! Have fun :)
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Date of experience: December 2020
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2SUTHRN wrote a review 17 Jan
Fort Walton Beach, Florida5 contributions3 helpful votes
The French Quarter and most of New Orleans is very, very, very dirty and run down like a third world country. The roads are in terrible shape...I've not seen roads this bad in Afghanistan and Iraq. Gravel roads would be better. Everyone needs an SUV because of the washboard roads and potholes. Homeless people are everywhere. People peeing in the streets and smoking weed everywhere, including inside 4 star hotels. Police are nowhere to be found in the French Quarter. You rarely see them anywhere in the city. The city has so much potential and used to be beautiful when it was maintained a century ago. This is definitely one of the dirtiest, most run down cities I've ever been to anywhere in the world. Think it's time for a serious change in city leadership. If you keep voting for the same party for decades, don't think it will ever improve. It won't. The city is a dump.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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pwspod wrote a review 16 Jan
Pell City, Alabama146 contributions47 helpful votes
First off.... we love New Orleans,been coming here for over 10 years, but french quarter is so open with the drugs its hard to enjoy. The smell of weed smoke is so thick and unpleasant. Now all the drinking spots are offering prerolled joints and edibles free with shots. Its so open, its.totally off putting. We like to have a good time and a drink, bit the drugs is so off putting.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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