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This return trip to New Orleans has been arranged so that we will be there for the St.
Patrick's Day Parade. We've even booked the first night's dinner to be early enough so
that you can enjoy the parade.
You'll be staying right in the famous French Quarter letting you enjoy the sites, food,
music and party atmosphere it's known for.
Our itinerary includes a city tour and other historical, architectural and more highlights
- even the macabre interest in the Cemeteries in the area. An Air Boat ride through the
Louisiana Swamps - filled with animals and fauna only seen there - including Gators of
all sizes. An entertaining and informative Gluten-free cooking demo designed
specifically for us at the New Orlean's School Of Cooking. We've also left time for you
to do your own thing - touring, meandering, shopping, casino, jazz and so much more.
Of course we've arranged great gluten-free menus for all the meals, including dinner
at three (3) fantastic restaurants - Arnaud's, Deanie's and The Pelican Club.
It will be a fun and great food filled few days, so join us. We need your reservation to
be made as soon as possible so we can meet our minimum participant requirements.
The Deadline for making this trip a GO is December 15, 2012.
Check out all of the details on our website http://bobandruths.com