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First time visit and wondering if a car is needed in NO, we'll be staying for a long weekend and not sure if we should get a car? Thought maybe we'd try a plantation or swamp tour or some other interesting things that might not be right in NO.
Staying right off of Canal St, if we have a car is there street parking of reasonable]y priced lots to park in?
thanks for any advise

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