Is it cold and windy, maybe even rainy where you are? Given that it’s November 4th, our guess is that it very well may be. Do you know where it’s not blustery or damp? New Orleans. This week’s forecast sees high temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s, with mild evenings and partly cloudy skies. If that’s not reason enough to book a trip, I’m not sure what is, but here are a few more compelling details that might get your fingers clicking on the keyboard to find a flight.
Festivals. Nola does food and music right, and upcoming this month are the Jazz in the Park, Treme Creole Gumbo Festival, the Voodoo Music Experience, and Oak Street Po Boy Festival. My mouth is literally watering right now, and you can bet the New Orleans Jazz music won’t be leaving your ears anytime soon after you hear it live and up close.
New Orleans offers a whole host of recreational activities beyond their famous festivals: shopping and dining are amongst the many. Casinos and museums abound, to satisfy your diverse interests, and the New Orleans Saints make autumn an exciting season for the city’s sports lovers.
Did I hear you ask about accommodations? WorldMark at New Orleans is snuggled up right next to a streetcar stop for your exploring convenience, and the courtyard pool and rooftop sundeck are reasons enough to leave the wintering weather behind you and come stay at this resort. Need more options? Wyndham’s Avenue Plaza and La Belle Maison are New Orleans timeshares that offer suites and excellent service. La Belle Maison was highly ranked as #2 of 16 specialty accommodations in Nola on Tripadvisor.com, and its reviews speak for its experience. Wyndham’s Avenue Plaza in the Garden District also offers spacious suites and sunny courtyard dining.
If you’re already a timeshare owner, book your next timeshare trade week to New Orleans, and tell us how you liked it. If you’re looking to buy New Orleans timeshare resale, well, come on over to our website here to talk to licensed real estate agents about which property we have might be right for you.
And if you’re headed to New Orleans, don’t forget to party like a local.