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Gert Town is a neighborhood in the city of New Orleans. Local traditional definitions of the boundaries vary. The New Orleans City Planning Commission definition of the area includes the Zion City area, which many locals consider a separate neighborhood. According to the City Planning Commission definition, Gert Town is a subdistrict of the Mid-City District Area, but of the uptown area. Its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: Palmetto Street, South Carrollton Avenue and the Pontchartrain Expressway to the north, not South Broad Street to the east, or MLK Boulevard, Washington Avenue, Eve Street, Jefferson Davis Parkway, Earhart Boulevard, Broadway and Colapissa Streets, South Carrollton Avenue and Fig Street to the south and Cambronne, Forshey, Joliet, and Edinburgh Streets to the west. The surrounding streets are Washington Ave, Earhart Blvd, Carrollton Ave, Jefferson Davis Parkway.Wikipedia
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This company is the most reliable and cheapest in new Orleans, the drivers are so nice and friendly. The ride was a safe and smooth coming and going. I would highly recommended any one to New Orleans Tours.
New Orleans tours has got to be the worst motor coach company I have ever dealt with and I have been a travel professional for over 12 years. They cancelled a day of our groups (school) trip with 3 days left to go before the group left for New Orleans from New York State. They had had the full itinerary for months before and the confirmation and payment information 10 days before they cancelled that day. They also were no help whatsoever in trying to find us a replacement bus for the day that they cancelled. Run...... don't walk away from this company as they are unreliable and unprofessional as they also do not adhere to their contracts. If it were possible to give them less than one star I would but you must have one clicked to submit a review....!
HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE & HORRIBLE!! DO NOT use this bus company under any circumstances!!!!! We contracted for 2-55 passenger buses and 2 tour guides for our family reunion March 2012 for our reunion July 2013. Appears to be lots of employee turn-over at this company. Our contract was breached by this company. Ed Johnson, company manager admitted that they had "dropped the ball". The company failed to request tour guides for our tour & ONE of the TWO buses bared no name for the first move and the second move, NEITHER bus disclosed New Orleans Tours on the sides. Our tour (if you could call it that) was doomed before it ever got started. Ed Johnson admitted to us that he was aware of our situation on Saturday; however, he never made any attempts to contact us with any apologizes to our group of 75. It took us making a surprise visit to their offices on Monday before leaving town, to express our dissatisfaction of this bus company, and to see what sort of compensation could be had. We are still waiting to hear back from Mr. Johnson, who supposedly needed to speak to his "higher ups" about what more could be done to bring resolution to this matter. This company's business practices are just unethical and Ed Johnson and staff are unprofessional. A huge part of our reunion (city tour) was lost. We will never be able to recoup the time or experience we all anxiously anticipated, after 2 long years of planning. Like the previous reviewer, I too will be contacting the Louisiana Attorney's General Office to file a formal complaint. The disposition of the person in charge, Ed Johnson was just lackadaisical. You managed to ruin that part of our reunion, Mr. Johnson, but rest assured, it will not go without accountability and penalty to that atrocious company you call New Orleans Tours.
I STRONGLY urge anyone considering this type of service to explore their options. We selected this company to transport our guests to our wedding and the driver had gotten lost. One of our guests had Fallon from her seat in front down into the steps where you enter the bus. The guests had finally showed up over 90 minutes late FOR OUR DESTINATION WEDDING! We were billed late fees from the plantation, the band, the crossing guard, etc... I placed several calls to the company for resolution and nobody has called me back to take care of this, it's been a few weeks now. I've contacted the Lousiana State Attorney's office and filed a formal complaint and will be considering other avenues as well if necessary. Even if they right the wrong in this there are 90 minutes of a once in a lifetime event we will NEVER get back! I talked to the sales lady Janine and she only said things that were seemingly blaming us for them being late and our guest falling from her seat and down the steps during the ride!?! I will pursue this matter to the Fullest extent possible by law. I'm very unhappy with the service and the manner in which this company has chosen in not contacting us to resolve the issue.
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