Looking for a romantic rendezvous, are you? Le Pavillon Hotel is a lovely spot for a romantic escape, but if that's too extravagant check out the Hotel Provincial. Le Pavillon will easily take the top spot amongst hotels, but you'll pay for it. The Provincial won't offer up the same luxurious experience as Le Pavillion, but it is still one of the most romantic places to stay in the city.
The French Quarter is a hotspot for delicious New Orleans food. Quality ranges from the superfine at Eat, to the highly enjoyable at Coop's Place, and all of them offer up a glorious mix of Southern Soul and New Orleans Cajun, a mix that's really the only way to get a taste of what it might have been like growing up in Louisiana.
They are actually not quite as hard to get as they would like you to believe. Make a few calls over the course of a week and you can find one as long as you can run off to the store at the drop of a hat. My question is why Apple is not in Russia?
That's a lot of places to see in a just 12 days! There just too many places that you'll be rushed and ushered around to. You'll be living out of your luggages, Sorry, but this does not sound very luxurious, I would be exhausted after day 6 of this trip. but I may be wrong.