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New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Trip

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Every year, the Sugar Bowl is a sold-out event. It is one of the four Bowl Championship Series (BCS) bowls that host the 10 top college football teams in their end of the season bowl games. So, the Sugar Bowl is a big-time college football event.

The next Sugar Bowl will be held on January 4, 2011. It'll be the SEC's Arkansas Razorbacks against the Big Ten's Ohio State Buckeyes. Here's a discussion of the game. Traditionally, the Sugar Bowl was where the SEC Football Champion always played its Bowl Game. With the advent of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS), that changes if the SEC champ is invited to the National Championship Game. But, either way, the Sugar Bowl is still tied to the Southeastern Conference and always gets at least the #2 team out of the SEC for its bowl game.

The actual BCS Championship Game rotates between the four bowls. Two years ago, New Orleans got it, so the Louisiana Superdome also hosted the National Championship game on January 7, 2008 (which the Florida Gators won).

Of course, the Sugar Bowl brings in tens of thousands of people each year. And they love to come because “The Big Easy” always offers a “Big” time. There is always a big party before the game and an even bigger one afterwards.

The Louisiana Superdome, is home to the New Orleans Saints, and also plays host to the Sugar Bowl. With the historic happenings of Hurricane Katrina still looming in the back of everyone's mind, fans know how lucky they are to attend the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans and players realize what a gift it is to play there.

New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Stadium
New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Stadium.

Fans that travel to New Orleans to see their favorite teams play can look forward to a lot of excitement. The Louisiana Superdome is conveniently located close to many restaurants and bars which makes finding ample sustenance fun and convenient.

Let's not forget about the French Quarter where many will find the best Cajun dishes to ever satisfy the palate! When visiting New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl, make plans early so you can stay in the French Quarter and really experience New Orleans.

The Place d'Armes Hotel is one of the favorites of the area and fans will find the quaint hotel located in the heart of everything. The courtyard at the hotel is a guest favorite and with fewer than one hundred rooms, football fans are pampered throughout their stay.

A block off of Bourbon Street, another small hotel favored in New Orleans is Hotel St. Marie. There, you'll see some of the original splendor found before Hurricane Katrina made its mark on the city and guests report Hotel St. Marie is just as guest-focused as they have always been. It's highly suggested for fans who want to stay close to Bourbon Street!

Dining in New Orleans for football fans has always been an event and today, it remains the same. Many fans have discovered some of their favorites gone but some of the finest remain unscathed and firm on solid, if not delicious, foundations.

Check out Brennan's Restaurant on Royal Street or Palace Café on Canal Street and if you want the best steak in the city, try Dickie Brennan's Bourbon Steakhouse. If you need to find a place for lunch, one of the best lunch restaurants in New Orleans is Arnaud's which is located on Bienville Street and still hailed as the favorite among many locals.

The French Quarter offers great assortments of shops too, so don't forget to check out the variety while visiting the area. In fact, ladies, plan to ditch your other half at least once during your trip to New Orleans so you can take in the various shopping options of New Orleans.

The Sugar Bowl brings in many fans for one glorious day of football but before and after the game, New Orleans entertains. Great Cajun dishes, fabulous music, unmatched shopping experiences, and so much more are yours for the taking. Experience New Orleans, your home for the Sugar Bowl.

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New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Trip
New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Trip
New Orleans Louisiana Sugar Bowl Trip

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