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suggested itinerary for 3-4 days in NO during the last week in February

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My wife and I are baby boomers (early 60's) looking for suggested attractions/activities. We'll be staying in the CBD at either the Hyatt/Convention Center or Harrahs and not renting a car. She's not really into museums, except for maybe the aquarium. Some type of organized city tour (mini-van) would be ok or a hop on/hop off trolley tour. We might also be game for a side trip to a plantation or even a swamp tour. We figure on taking a cab to the French Quarter/Bourbon St., especially at night. Any suggestions, as to which bar/club would be suitable for us...we prefer classic rock covers to either blues or jazz. Also, any suggested medium priced restaurants near either hotel, serving a good variety of foods?

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