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Louisiana is a whole 'nother world, with Cajun, Creole and French influences in its food, architecture, traditions and law. This fascinating state blends European flare with Southern charm. It is also a very pet friendly state with over 18 dog parks in the major cities . Even the famous French Quarter allows well-behaved, leashed pets. No wonder there are so many Louisiana pet friendly discount hotels.

New Orleans is known for its party atmosphere, even when it isn't Mardi Gras. In the French Quarter and downtown the architecture is French influenced with wrought iron balconies, and lacy woodwork. Take carriage rides down cobblestoned streets and then steamboat rides down the Mississippi. Savor the fresh seafood and Cajon dishes then tour some of the oldest landmarks in the state. There are day trips to the plantations worth taking. Not only are there plenty of pet friendly hotels but there are many dog allowed parks in the Crescent City. Choose from the Levy Dog Park, the Cabrini Park on-leash area in the French Quarter, or the off-leash Tchoupitoulas Dog Park (don't worry – they don't pronounce it the way it is spelled so don't try) near east Riverside. The NOLA city park has an excellent off-leash section of almost five acres, and leashed pets are welcomed in City Park, now fully restored form Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

If you are traveling east on I-10, check out the Raising Cane Dog Park in the capital city of Baton Rouge. It is in the Garden District near the Mississippi River on City Park Avenue. This is a fascinating city as well with lush trees and of course the LSU Tigers. In the downtown area and out near Siegen Road are plenty of Baton Rouge pet friendly hotel deals. Tour the State Capital and the beautiful grounds and gardens surrounding it and the Governor's Mansion. Listen to Jazz, grab a brew and eat crawfish and corn on butcher paper. Visit stately mansions like Blythewood and the Oakley House and then see what 1800's Creole life was like in Pioneer Village. You can even take an alligator tour into the bayous. But you better leave the pets back in the Baton Rouge pet friendly hotel!

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