Audubon Park House Bed & Breakfast

6000 Pitt Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70118, United States | B&B
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Day Four - Daniel the Explorer

A travel blog entry by danallen026

So this was my first full day in New Orleans and I had nothing booked. This was ok as that's how I had planned it (Ha!"Planned"). I decided to get up early and go for a walk. I headed down to the riverfront and checked out where the paddle wheeler was. Then I made my way across to the World War Two museum. This ended up being time well spent. I followed the gallery through the war and what had happened. There were ...

The little things

A travel blog entry by jamiealiene


... butter, or a disgusting frozen hotdog warmed in a microwave oven that would cost me 6 bucks. I picked the banana dinner.) All this dealing had brought me to this morning in New Orleans,sitting at a Cafe on Sant Charles street while drinking an amazing, strong cup of coffee. I have a flaky warm croissant filled with ham and cheese in front of me. I'm in ...


A travel blog entry by lord13

This is a top pick!

... to go to the Waffle House. Our waitress then told us about a lot of places to go eat fried chicken. Then she said that when everything is closed you are supposed to go to Brother's Chicken. I thought she was very nice. Then we showed her a picture of me and a friend and she said, "Who dat!" I said, "It was me" then she said,"YOU FAT!" Then we went back to the hotel. Good night and see you later alligator. ...

Another mixed bag

A travel blog entry by pestef


... for later, we thought. Two main things first... cash and water. To find both we managed to walk almost the entire length of the French quarter... woah... we weren't expecting this... looked like a cross between Camden and the scungie parts of Melbourne, on steroids! A bit overwhelmed, we settled on a place to grab some food. The guy asked us if we wanted to sit on the balcony that overlooked the street... yes please!! To get on to the balcony we had to crouch down ...

Swamp tour!

A travel blog entry by cherrygreenacre

Got up today and went on a swamp tour, we saw 2 alligators a few snakes, loadsa birds etc. Was actually a lot prettier than i expected a swamp to be! The tour guy was pretty funny, he kinda made the tour really! Now back at the hostel to spend ...


This B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Audubon Zoo, Audubon Park, Blue Frog Chocolates, and Earthsavers Uptown.
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