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  • so New Orleans is a wild place that has

  • interesting things for everyone. tons of

  • history, sites to see, things to do,

  • culture, art, jazz, nature, hot sauce,

  • balconies, haunted places, epic food and

  • of course Bourbon Street. if I were to

  • ever have a bachelor party that would

  • definitely be the place I would have it.

  • but I guess I would need to find a wife

  • first. (sighs)

  • it's mid-may we just got back from a

  • four night stay there I went there for

  • my friend's birthday it was epic. here's

  • the list of things we did in some travel

  • tips. I flew there using Southwest

  • Airlines. we took an Uber from the

  • airport to our Airbnb it was about a 25

  • minute drive and we were staying on the

  • north end of Frenchmen Street. by the way

  • I just found out a few minutes ago that

  • many locals don't like what Airbnb is

  • doing to their neighborhood, something to

  • keep in mind. we were there with a group

  • of eight so we booked a four bedroom

  • Airbnb. I found it a little weird that

  • you actually need a key to get out of

  • the house. if you flush your keys down the

  • toilet you're basically stuck inside. I

  • mean that's something that everyone does

  • right? once in a while? oh yeah, all the time. flushing

  • your keys down the toilet it's a common

  • this whole strip of Frenchmen Street is

  • full of bars and each one has some great

  • live music so just walk down the strip

  • and you'll find somewhere that you'll

  • want to go into. we explored French

  • Quarter and it was all very walkable

  • with plenty of interesting things to see

  • on every block. after lunch we headed to

  • Louie Armstrong Park and there was a

  • jazz and the park festival going on that

  • day. there's different things going on

  • all the time so check the calendar to

  • see what's happening on your dates. it is

  • super festive I can't think of any other

  • city with this kind of energy. for dinner

  • we went to the Cellar Door which

  • actually used to be a brothel back in

  • the day but now it is a place to enjoy

  • good food and drinks. then we met up with

  • a local who took us to a favorite bar. I

  • was told that the locals don't actually

  • go to Bourbon Street so go check out the

  • outskirts if you're going for the local

  • experience. Day two started with beignets

  • and coffee at the iconic Cafe Du Monde.

  • be prepared for a line and generally an

  • umbrella should be on your packing list.

  • it can become like this is this in like

  • To this in like 30 minutes. you'll be doing this a lot so

  • it's not a bad idea to practice this.

  • You know that's bad luck, right? Oh #$^%

  • If you're a big fan of hot sauce like we are you will not be

  • disappointed with the selection that

  • these places have. in Jackson Square

  • there's plenty of artists, street vendors

  • and street performers that are creative

  • and impressive. but if they ask you to

  • volunteer for something that seems maybe

  • a little bit dangerous you might want to

  • give it a second thought.

  • I broke my back. what do you mean by that?

  • my back is broken.

  • that night we did the haunted history

  • walking tours which is awesome. if you

  • believe in ghosts and spirits it's a

  • must do. i personally don't believe any

  • of that but there are plenty of factual

  • history and stories to keep me super

  • creeped out. for example the Lalarie

  • Mansion don't look it up the table weak

  • stomach. halfway through the tour there's

  • a pit stop at one of the oldest bars in

  • town. people say it's haunted and it was

  • built in the early 1700s. day three was a

  • swamp tour which is probably what I was

  • most excited about. they have a bus

  • pick-up option but if you have your own

  • mode of transportation that can save you

  • a couple dollars. so when we got there we

  • hopped onto a boat, saw some alligators

  • more alligators and oh yeah and some

  • more alligators. and I was actually super

  • happy about that because I have been

  • wanting to make an alligator friend for

  • a very long time there. were also some

  • pigs living in there which I loved

  • they're the most adorable creatures in

  • the world and randomly some raccoons

  • living in there - also known as \"trash

  • pandas\". they are also insanely adorable.

  • if you've never done a swamp tour I

  • definitely suggest putting that on the

  • list. for lunch we went to Gene's

  • po'boy which is a really good po'boy

  • place that opened 24 hours a day. their

  • food is absolutely amazing and it has

  • nothing to do with the fact that my name

  • is Gene ok? ok so maybe I did force

  • everyone to go because of that fact, that

  • doesn't change the fact that they're

  • delicious. go there! tell them gene sent

  • you! to take advantage of the good

  • weather we brought it back to the Airbnb

  • and ate it on the patio.

  • so that was Bourbon Street. you can start

  • off at one end of Bourbon Street and

  • make your way all the way down you will

  • not run out of places to see. one of my

  • favorites is Pat O'Brien's which has

  • multiple rooms, it has a fire pit, dueling

  • pianos. there's also the old absinthe

  • house if you want to give that a shot. by

  • the way it's a very common misconception

  • that absence makes you hallucinate. it is

  • however a very high in alcohol

  • concentration. I did find absence to be

  • kind of expensive, but hey how often do

  • you get to try it? there's the Carousel

  • bar that actually spins around while you

  • drink. and if you're a fan of the show

  • Bar Rescue there's Spirits on Bourbon

  • and they're imfamous Shot Chair. I

  • spent quite a bit of time in Hollywood,

  • Las Vegas, Miami and I can easily say

  • Bourbon Street in New Orleans is one of

  • the craziest places I've ever been.

  • another tip if you're on Bourbon Street

  • for your birthday they say pin $1.00 to

  • your shirt and other people will add to

  • it. Oh dude...

  • I'm missing a button. has this button been

  • missing the whole time? dude my shirt's

  • been undone the whole time should have

  • changed my shirt? dude no one gives a #$^#.

  • next day we went to a couple

  • different museums. the first one had lots

  • of history, art and some super

  • interesting things. and the second museum

  • we went to right next door was also

  • super interesting. It felt very modern on the

  • first floor it was all about Katrina and

  • the second floor was all about Mardi

  • Gras. then we got to the aquarium just

  • 45 minutes before closing. it was one of

  • the biggest aquariums I've ever seen but

  • luckily that was just enough time to see

  • everything. you can touch stingrays there

  • which is oddly scary for some reason. I

  • mean I've scuba dived with sharks before

  • and I would say this was scarier for

  • some reason. and this girl is just straight

  • savage. pretty sure she should join the

  • military.

  • that night was Preservation Hall which

  • is a must do if you are a big fan of

  • jazz. definitely get a reservation ahead

  • of time because the room itself is small

  • and there is a huge line that builds

  • very quickly. once you're inside they ask

  • you to turn off your phones not take any

  • pictures so I didn't get to get any

  • footage, but it was amazing just sitting

  • there and just doing nothing but

  • enjoying the music for 45 minutes.

  • there's also no food, drinks or bathrooms

  • inside so keep that in mind, although you

  • can bring your own drinks from the

  • outside if you want. I couldn't think of

  • a better way to wrap up our trip. there

  • were a few things that we were hoping to

  • do but we didn't get time to. for example

  • there's an escape room there I've never

  • done an escape room but I hear they're

  • actually a lot cooler than they sound.

  • and last year when we went we did a

  • Steamboat dinner you hop on an

  • old-school steamboat right down the

  • Mississippi River while listening to

  • jazz music they also prepare dinner for

  • you it's as awesome as it sounds. as for

  • transportation aside from the bus we

  • took to the swamp

  • everything else was Uber/ Lyft

  • and walking. if you don't know what Uber

  • or Lyft is it's basically a taxi but

  • much cheaper and from this century. If you

  • sign up with either one of my promo

  • codes here then I believe you get your

  • first ride free and I will also get a

  • ride free so, thank you. when it comes to

  • eating they're all the places are really

  • good, you should try alligator gumbo,

  • jambalaya,

  • oysters. Acme Oyster House is a very

  • popular spot but a local told us that

  • there's plenty of other options that

  • serve just as good oysters. Acne

  • Oyster House can get pretty packed

  • so just know you have other options. also

  • thanks for watching these videos guys I

  • just woke up this morning to a thousand

  • subscribers and

  • it's kind of crazy to know that people

  • actually watch this stuff. see you guys on the next one.

so New Orleans is a wild place that has

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