It’s mid-September, and while the South won’t see a huge drop in temperatures, in New Orleans we can definitely feel fall is just around the corner—a cool breeze in the still extremely warm air, the sun tilting slightly against the blue sky.
Better, the fall feeling is just in time for football. The Saints take the field on the Superdome for the first time this season (well, in regular season play) against the Minnesota Vikings. And whether you’re at the Superdome cheering on the Saints or in your favorite French Quarter pub, New Orleans is the place to be. The city comes alive with fans floating around the Quarter (until game time of course, then it’s down to business.
For the perfect Saints experience, stay in the French Quarter—it’s just a short walk to the Superdome and where the pre and postgame celebrations will be booming. Although space is limited, check with one of our five fabulous for availability, because this is an experience you don’t want to miss!First Feeling of Fall Just In Time For Football First Feeling of Fall Just In Time For Football
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