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Southern Decadence 2011

August 10th, 2011 by bbnola

Southern Decadence , New Orleans 2007

The 2007 Southern Decadence parade

Southern Decadence, also known as Gay Mardi Gras, takes place annually over Labor Day Weekend. This year, the event runs from Wednesday, August 31 through Monday, September 5, 2011. Openings are still available at New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts.

New Orleans is known for its tolerance. From it’s inception, it has been a haven for folks of all backgrounds, cultures, and colors. Though tension has arisen over the years, in general the city has dealt with differences by celebrating them. Parades and festivals are inclusive, rather than exclusive, and it’s hard to frown when you’re dancing.

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Bring Your GLBT Valentine to New Orleans

January 31st, 2011 by bbnola

New Orleans is one of the most tolerant cities in the country. People from all walks of life have been living together here since the city was born, generally accepting one another as they are. Maybe it’s the music – it infuses the very core of New Orleans and encourages people to forget their differences.

Feel free to hold hands in New Orleans.

New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts continue to reflect that spirit of open acceptance and tolerance – you’ll find a good number go out of their way to welcome gay couples.

This year, treat your Valentine to something really special: a romantic getaway at a Bed and Breakfast New Orleans. Stay in a cozy cabin or a grand historic home. If you’re unfamiliar with New Orleans, feel free to ask your innkeepers for recommendations about restaurants, bars, and night clubs. You are sure to feel welcome wherever you go in New Orleans.