10 Years Stronger

Lush greenery decorates the balcony of a building in the French Quarter that was built in the late 1800's
Lush greenery decorates the balcony of a building in the French Quarter that was built in the late 1800’s

It’s been 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and the City of New Orleans. But the Crescent City has done what many thought would be impossible…it has rebuilt and is now alive and thriving once again. Music pulsates from the clubs lining Bourbon Street. The sweet smell of beignets and chicory coffee fills the air around Cafe Du Monde. Steamboat Natchez huffs and puffs up and down the Mississippi River. And the French Quarter is filled with tourists and locals enjoying the food, drinks, legendary architecture and world famous street performers. Tourism is booming, and the City of New Orleans would like to welcome you to visit The Big Easy!

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