1870 Banana Courtyard French Quarter / New Orleans B&B

Address: 1422 N. Rampart St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near French Quarter, Le Monde Creole Tour, Backstreet Cultural Museum, and Lalaurie Mansion.
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          NOLA

          A travel blog entry by lloyd.eton on Aug 20, 2015

          10 photos

          ... style with double-bed bunks and then Colleen and I thrown in the lounge so we would have some privacy (go figure?) and not disturb the others sleep. We unpacked and had a few beers before the other girls whipped out their big surprise: we were having a bachelorette party and it was for mine and Colleens wedding. It was a huge success in the end and we ended up with many free drinks because of it. ...

          Our First Day at the Convention

          A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Jul 10, 2015

          28 photos

          Wellllll....... This place is certainly interesting. Apparently they are doing some repairs to the hotel and I have never heard so much noise in my life. Sounds like they are coming through the wall. It all started about 7 am and I have decided, I am going back to straying at the Hampton Inn on my travels. This is ridiculous, looks like they could find a better time to hammer and drop stuff. They must be really clumsy workers, because they drop things a LOT....
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          Trash, Turns, Plantation, Seafood

          A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 05, 2015

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... attire. She has been giving tours for 30 years. Luckily for us, it was a slow time so we were given a private tour.

          Janice had a lot of information to impart about the plantation, house and its occupants. As it turns out, Marathon Oil Company actually saved the house from the wrecking ball some years ago. Their facility covers most of the area that was the sugar plantation. They decided to save this house because of its historical significance ...

          Music,shops and alligators

          A travel blog entry by quaronis on Apr 02, 2015

          1 comment, 18 photos

          I've always been a map reader.....I love plotting a path on a journey from one point to another.....But....thank god for GPS and the new Garmin. They are dead on with directions, allowing for one way streets and short cuts..
          We drove the day on the 30th thru the remainder of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and into Louisiana . Our apartment rental is in the district of Faubourg Marigny just a couple blocks out of the ...

          Dying to get in

          A travel blog entry by xmarksthespot on Dec 20, 2014

          26 photos

          ... quarter. We were pretty hungry by now it was around 2pm so we walked around looking for somewhere to eat, now it is true New Orleans does have some of the best food in the world, but that's if you eat seafood of spicy foods, which me and jake don't also allot of French and Cajun food in New Orleans. So if you in to trying all different food or love seafood then you will love New Orleans , Jake only eats at places that serve ribs and I only eat at places ...