Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast New Orleans
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... above throwing mardi gras beads at them in a similar manner that we used to shoot spit balls at people in the movie theater. All in all we survived Bourbon Street and now it’s about time for me to wake Jessie up so we can go run along the Mississippi river.
It’s now 5am on Wednesday morning and we are already 2 hours into our drive to Austin, Texas where we will be staying with a friend from UVA, Bryan Bashur and his family. Currently Kamal ...
... were entertaining and his acknowledgement that this conversation about was more valuable than any single piece because it was real life.
After a pit stop at Spitfire where Nathan left samples of Nate's Coffee (purchaseable online wherever you can find it and at numerous places in Lexington Ky) and bought a round of drinks they pressed on to the US Mint. Briefly pausing at the Traditional Jazz Stage by the French market to see the nearly geriatric crowd learning ...
... walking along Royal street, I chatted with a fellow working in one of the many art galleries on the road. He recommended a couple of restaurant - mr. B's on Royal (lunch) and Sylvain's on Chartres near Jackson square. Found a great place for lunch on Royal. Homemade soup (tomato bisque) and sandwiches/salads. Very tasty! Then for dinner we tried Sylvain's. It's quite small - we sat at the bar. Rick had steak and I had shrimp and rice - almost ...
... has been restored to its 1810 appearance, the time when travel on this historic road reached its peak. The original owner was William Ferguson and his wife Paulina and they had 6 sons, then William died and she remarried James Chamberlain and they had 2 sons. She was eventually widowed again and raised all her children and apparently made a very good living running the Inn. I took ...
... the merry go round scene in Fear and Loathing Las Vegas, and Stephen King's clown laughing and playing guitar intermittently. I was sober compared to some which was strangely comforting. I stood on a step to watch people walking past and a guy came up to me and said he'd offer me $20 if I showed him my nipple. He was serious but I couldn't stop laughing. My nipple? It had to be a con but I was unable to see how that worked. Well I'll show you mine for free. Sure enough, up ...