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New Orleans, Air, 3 Nights, From $399

Looking to ward off the winter blues? This deal makes a NOLA getaway quick and (Big) Easy.

New Orleans

A guitarist on St. Ann Street, in the French Quarter

(Daymon Gardner)

The Real Deal Round-trip airfare from Dallas or Atlanta, a three-night stay at the four-star Chateau Bourbon, a two-hour city tour, and airport transfers, from $399.

When Dec. 9–19, 2011 ($399); Oct. 1–24, Nov. 4–28, 2011.

Gateways Dallas, Atlanta; add $125 for Charlotte, Chicago, Los Angeles, or New York.

The Fine Print Use promo code TTD32. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is $149. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.

Book By No deadline; subject to availability.

Contact Travel Themes and Dreams, 877/870-7447, travelthemesanddreams.com.

Why It's a Deal BT readers receive the exclusive tour (a $31 value) at no extra cost; package inclusions are worth at least $453.

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Note:This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.
 

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