Natchitoches (pronounced NACK-a-tish) grabbed my attention with it’s grand Christmas Festival, but it truly drew me in with its captivating history. If you have a love for history, take a look at our list of things to do in Natchitoches … Read More
Natchitoches Christmas lights are a beautiful holiday spectacle, with a festival, fireworks and fun for the entire family. Not familiar? Natchitoches has been called the “City of Lights” since 1927 when the city was adorned with sparkle for the Christmas … Read More
Of course you know New Orleans…but did you know it’s NOT the capitol of Louisiana? The government seat is just north in beautiful Baton Rouge. But the legislature is not the only thing happening here…Baton Rouge is filled with rich history, amazing eats, spectacular art, and a gorgeous river walk. Read on for our list of the best FREE things to do in Baton Rouge!
Ritz-Carlton knows about creating memories. They understand that your kids will not be little for long, and that every vacation with your sweet one is special. Without fail, RC comprehends that feeling and creates a scenario where “forever-memories” – you know, the ones that stick with you for a lifetime – come with ease and grace. And that is why we sought out Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans on our first family visit to the Crescent City.
Here you’ll find elaborate costumes, world-renowned parades, family-friendly events, haunted tours through the French Quarter, historic cemeteries, ghostbusting lessons, and everything in between! Get into the spirit of the season with one of these spooky experiences for a raucous New Orleans Haloween!