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Inside This Book…
Full color guide
Free pull-out city map
169 decadent restaurants
7 voodoo doll & love potion vendors
5 day trips to plantations and swamps
2 weekends of Jazz Fest fun
1 Fat Tuesday
Comprehensive map section
Feature coverage of top sights
Range of planning tools
In-depth background on Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest
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