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Events and Attractions in New Orleans

As you make your travel plans for the Annual Convention in New Orleans we suggest the following resources highlighting things to do and see in NOLA:

  • The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau has put together this customized website for ISA Convention participants. This site offers travel tips, maps, welcome videos, and more.
  • Visit PocketFiyo.org, the companion website to the smart-phone app Pocket Fiyo, a mobile guide to New Orleans music landmarks. The Pocket Fiyo Blog offers a great overview of the New Orleans music scene.
  • Visit bestofneworleans.com for an amusing look at how a local reporter responds to a snarky New York Times critique of the French Quarter.

Do you have your own travel tips or favorite sites to recommend? Please feel free to share them in the comments below. We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!

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