The best-known tourist neighborhoods are the French Quarter and Bourbon Street. Have a hurricane in one of the bars, or visit the new Museum of the American Cocktail and learn the mysterious history of absinthe (a favorite spirit of New Orleans whenever it's legal). Mardi Gras is the most famous event of the calendar year, but many people prefer Jazz Fest, with its foodie focus and boldface headliners (spanning all musical genres). Another holiday New Orleans loves to celebrate is HalloweenHistoric New Orleans Tours offers cemetery tours and Anne Rice tours, while people line up at the Mortuary, a former working mortuary that's been certified haunted by paranormal authorities.
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