Bourbon Street in New Orleans, LA
This famed street sets the stage for Mardi Gras, one of the biggest parties in the world. The party doesn't stop after Mardi Gras, though, it continues all year long in the clubs, on the sidewalks, and in the streets. There are blues clubs, jumping night clubs, eclectic restaurants, unique clothing stores, everything to make your vacation in the Big Easy, an authentic one. Don't be fooled by clubs in other big cities like Chicago, Las Vegas, or Orlando that are named after this street. Bourbon Street is one of those places you just have to experience to really know what it's all about. That feeling just can't be duplicated, not even by club owners with all the money in the world.
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