THE HOME OF JAZZ FOR 2
foodie in the crescent city
Riverboats, jazz, Creole cuisine and Mardi Gras have given “The Big Easy” its flamboyant reputation, and that rich heritage continues today. Let your dinner jazz cruise take you back to a time when life was as slow and graceful as the current on the Mississippi! A class at the New Orleans School of Cooking and a tour of one of America’s most colorful cities are the finishing touches on your trip to the one and only New Orleans.
For the epitome of personal luxury, the four-star and four-diamond Windsor Court Hotel invites you to relax in its classic elegance. A historic setting, modern amenities and excellent service beckon you to the Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans, which sits adjacent to the famed Bourbon Street. And for a bit of New Orleans charm, the distinct Maison Dupuy Hotel gives you the perfect combination of luxurious relaxation and the hustle and bustle of Bourbon Street.
Music is always nearby, supplied by the tolling bells of St. Louis Cathedral, the clanging of streetcars, and the rhythms of Dixieland Jazz. Stop for a café au lait and beignets at a sidewalk café. Your thorough and fascinating introduction to the endless variety that is New Orleans on your city tour includes such highlights as the Superdome, St. Charles Avenue, the French Quarter and Jackson Square.
From Cajun to Creole, and French to fabulous, New Orleans is a city of flavors! As the evening sets in, take a lazy ride down the Mississippi in an authentic paddlewheel riverboat for your dinner jazz cruise. The entertaining classes at the New Orleans School of Cooking are held in a renovated molasses warehouse, built in the early 1800s in the heart of the French Quarter. The popular lunch classes include generous samplings of the demonstrated items as well as recipes, coffee, iced tea and beer.
3 night stay for 2 at your choice of the Windsor Court Hotel, the Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans, or the Maison Dupuy Hotel
Dinner Jazz Cruise, including a lavish Creole buffet
Gray Line New Orleans-Super City tour
3-hour class at the New Orleans School of Cooking
Booking and concierge services
Travel package is non-refundable and subject to availability. Certificates/gift cards cannot be replaced. Hotel may be substituted with equal or similar accommodations. Blackout dates: Mardi Gras, Jazz Festival, President’s Weekend, Mar 15-17, Apr 12-14 July 4-8, Halloween week, Dec 30-Jan 3. Dinner Jazz Cruise runs on specific days of the week and at specific times. Tours run on specific days of the week and at specific times. A minimum 30 day advance reservation is required. Travel is valid for 12 months from date of issue.
Charity Cost: $2,100