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New Orleans

Way down yonder in New Orleans, you'll find the roots of jazz and a blossoming culture that is unlike anything else on Earth. Here, the laid-back atmosphere of the riverfront South has mixed with French sophistication, Spanish style, and African-American energy to create something greater than the sum of its parts.

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Search for hotels in New Orleans, Gretna (4 miles south) and Harvey (5 miles south).

The French Quarter is the oldest and most famous and visited neighborhood of New Orleans.

The Audubon and University District of New Orleans is the location of the city's famous Audubon Park including the Audubon Zoo, Tulane University and Loyola University New Orleans.

Uptown is a large portion of New Orleans settled in the 19th century after the Louisiana Purchase, upriver from the older parts of the city around the French Quarter and the Central Business District.

The Lower 9th Ward is a section of New Orleans, east of the Bywater neighborhood, north of the Mississippi River, and west St.

The Faubourg Marigny, commonly just Marigny, is a hip neighborhood just "below" the French Quarter.

Algiers is a neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. It is across the Mississippi River from the rest of New Orleans.

Tremé is an old historically African-American and Créole neighborhood of New Orleans, just "back" from the French Quarter.

Lakeview and Lakeshore are sections of New Orleans near and along Lake Pontchartrain.

The Bywater is a portion of New Orleans down the Mississippi River from the French Quarter and the Faubourg Marigny.

Gentilly is a large section of New Orleans generally paid little or no attention by visitors.

Carrollton is the section of New Orleans that is at the far end of Uptown from the French Quarter, between the Audubon & University District of New Orleans and Jefferson Parish.

Central City is a section of New Orleans to the west of the Central Business District and north from the downriver section of Uptown.

Mid-City is a portion of New Orleans in the center of the metropolitan area, about midway between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain.

The 7th 8th and Upper 9th Wards section of New Orleans is very seldom visited by anyone outside the city.

Eastern New Orleans, sometimes called "New Orleans East", is a large area of New Orleans to the north east of the older central portion of the city.

The Central Business District is the part of New Orleans similar to what many cities call "Downtown".

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