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Wonderful experience. Exclusive tour with chauffeur Earl and guide Tyler. Very personable and informative. Beignets at Morning Call. Guided tour of St. Louis cemetery. Lots of interesting historical information.
I love New Orleans, and the tours just made me understand and love this city even more. I’m a country girl, have never liked big cities, but I have an exception for New Orleans. She is a true southern lady
Had the best time, Nancy was our guide and we connected right away. She made us feel welcome and like we had know each other for years. She was very knowledgeable about the area, and her love for the city was evident. Because of Nancy...More
This was a fun and informative walking tour. Our guide DJ was informative and started us off with an interesting tour of the nearby Lafayette Cemetery which was fascinating. We had been on a different cemetery tour before but learned more on this one. Then...More
We took this tour twice, but to different plantations each time. We preferred Houmas House. Our guide was able to walk us through the plantation and even introduce us to the owner. At the other plantation we went to our guide was not allowed to...More
Our tour guide, Tyler, was amazingly knowledgeable, not just of cocktails but of New Orelans and the French Quarter in general. Having a guide that was born and raised in New Orleans with a family going back hundreds of years gave us a really unique...More
Shows lots of promise, but the tour was sure not worth the price. Was escorted through only two stories of the main house then cut loose with no explanation of any other feature on the plantation. Cute little bistro as well.
Mike has exceptional knowledge and great, historical presentation. Deep knowledge of the subjects, passionate about the subjects. Very willing to help answer questions about the subjects or any other NOLA question.
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