9781628871944

Frommer's EasyGuide to New Orleans 2016

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  • ISBN13:

    9781628871944

  • ISBN10:

    1628871946

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/22/2015
  • Publisher: FrommerMedia

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Summary

Called "the most interesting city in America", New Orleans is once again a massively popular destination, on a travel wish-list kept by almost every American. Our author, Diana K. Schwam, has written four books and numerous articles about New Orleans, where her long-ago desire to become a resident followed, she says, a familiar sequence: Vacation, Enrapture, Home Ownership, and Weight Gain. In this freshly-researched and up-to-date Easy Guide of 288 pages, she'll introduce you, among many other topics, to the world-famous cuisine of that city's unique restaurants, the vibrant music scene, the much-acclaimed new museums (dealing with World War II at one, with Southern Cuisine at another), and the historic architecture of the French Quarter, Garden District, and other famous locales.

Author Biography

Diana K. Schwam, writer and strategic marketing consultant, has authored four books and numerous articles about New Orleans. She followed a familiar path to the city: vacation; enrapture; home-ownership; weight gain. Ms. Schwam has a high tolerance level for fleur de lis iconography and rejects those who reject the accordion. She resides in New Orleans, LA.

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