Bywater Bed and Breakfast

1026 Clouet Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Royal Street, Island of Salvation Botanica, Bywater Historic District, and New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (Nocca).
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

The crying hike

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 05, 2014

63 photos

... to head out to a sunset at the Fly…a park at the end of the Audubon Park. I did not plan on that walk being what it was. We first got stuck with a bad storm as we tried to board the 1st street cars down St Charles. It was miserable. We almost gave up but the last one had room. It was raining and I am pretty sure the older ones on St Charles do not have AC or at least it was not on. The windows were down ...

USA Part 4 - New Orleans, Florida and 4th July

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 22, 2014

2 comments, 70 photos

... br> Living out of Bruce definitely has its disadvantages. He doesn’t have a toilet or shower. That means for any basic amenities we need to find the appropriate accommodations. These however are rarely free and sporadically positioned. We devised an underhanded plan to sneak into a State Park after hours, punch out a quick shower in the amenities building and then sneak back out with no one any the wiser. The ...

New Orleans day 3

A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 03, 2014

6 photos

... and I spoke to them for a few moments, they then went inside and left me where I sat. I finally went inside and, inspired by the music, played my guitar for a bit. It was stating to get late when I realised I hadn't eaten dinner, so I walked into bourbon street. This street was a different animal at this time of night. The road way was blocked and pedestrians were walking all over the long street. Neon signs lit the area in it's cheap red and green glow. But really, as I ...

Who says you have to see Jazz Fest?

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 13, 2014

2 comments, 34 photos

... the aftermath of a natural disaster, even 9 years later. For those of us that did not experience Katrina personally it’s easy not to fully understand the breadth and depth that such a disaster can have. Many people with long histories in the city had to leave afterwards, and so as the city rebuilds, it does so with many new people seeking opportunity of various kinds.

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N'awlens!

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Apr 13, 2014

32 photos

... tash" as the locals pronounce it, is one of the first settlements in Louisiana, with connections to slavery, plantations, civil war battles, and to Quebec, as St.Denis, it's first governor,maws born in Quebec. The town is beautifully preserved and renovated with a Main Street along a bucolic little river. Most of the 2 and 3 story buildings have wrought ironwork balconies and other flourishes typical of Louisiana. The shops and restaurants were all tastefully tourist ...

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