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route #8: Houston, Texas to New Orleans, Louisiana 
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We knew that the drive from Houston to New Orleans was supposed to last around 6 hours taking into account a few short stops along the way. What we didn’t know was that the prolonged rainfall in southern parts of US had caused a major flooding

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Pelican RV Park New Orleans has the best price rate among the RV campgrounds near the city but not the best location. On the bright side, if we hadn’t made this choice we would never get to know the Smiley’s Grill next door…

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New Orleans, Louisiana
Cafe du Monde – the one with the cute green and white tent – which serves beignets since 1862. Powder sugar and the smell of coffee flying in the air, happy hyper-active kids running around the black iron chairs and pigeons trying to get their share. Yes, it is pretty much on every tourist’s list of “Things to do in New Orleans”, all for good reason. Coop’s Place serves superb gumbo and jambalaya. And at Eat New Orleans…

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route #8: Houston, Texas to New Orleans, Louisiana 
BACK TO MAP
NEXT ROUTE

We knew that the drive from Houston to New Orleans was supposed to last around 6 hours taking into account a few short stops along the way. What we didn’t know was that the prolonged rainfall in southern parts of US had caused a major flooding

Check out the print edition for more information.

Pelican RV Park New Orleans has the best price rate among the RV campgrounds near the city but not the best location. On the bright side, if we hadn’t made this choice we would never get to know the Smiley’s Grill next door…

Check out the print edition for more information.

New Orleans, Louisiana
Cafe du Monde – the one with the cute green and white tent – which serves beignets since 1862. Powder sugar and the smell of coffee flying in the air, happy hyper-active kids running around the black iron chairs and pigeons trying to get their share. Yes, it is pretty much on every tourist’s list of “Things to do in New Orleans”, all for good reason. Coop’s Place serves superb gumbo and jambalaya. And at Eat New Orleans…

Check out the print edition for more information.