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Louisiana’s Best: Holiday Experiences

The Bayou State is known for passing a good time at events throughout the year, but folks from Monroe to the banks of the mighty Mississippi and everywhere in between go even further during the holidays. From millions of twinkling lights to towering bonfires to help guide Papa Noël, there are a whole host of ways to fill up on seasonal cheer.

Whether you’re the type of person who’d love to sing with hundreds of carolers in New Orleans’ Jackson Square or one who prefers the relatively

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