Enjoy the variety of cultures, history and scenery on this round trip, beginning and ending in
New Orleans, Louisiana
1 & 2:
Visit the Carter Presidential Center, the
3 & 4:
Dance to hot country sounds at the famous Wildhorse Saloon or sail aboard the General Jackson Showboat.
5 & 6:
Welcome to the home of the blues,
7 & 8:
Visit some of the antebellum homes which are more plentiful in
Rosalie built the early 1820’s, once the headquarters of the Union Army highlights the furniture, paintings and clothes used by the very family that lived here for 100 years! Longwood, a National Historic Landmark, is a lavish octagonal home dating back to 1859.
9 & 10:
When expelled from
Their descendents, the Cajuns, still speak a French dialect and observe the traditions of their ancestors.
In the evening enjoy typical Cajun cooking while listening to a live Cajun band.
11 & 12:
Head for the “Big Easy”, home to jazz and
After the fun of
The beaches here have remained untouched through the centuries and you can relax on whitest, most pristine you’ll ever find. Enjoy delicious seafood from award-winning restaurants.
In Alabama’s historic capital visit the dramatic Civil Rights Memorial inscribed with Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech “I have a dream” and the names of many who gave their lives for freedom.
Explore life in the 19th Century South at
Grand Ole Oprey and General Jackson Showboat
Jazz and Creole cuisine