Address: 2119 Decatur Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116-2012, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Faubourg Marigny, Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, The Old U.S. Mint, and Chartres Street.
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      ... travels, it was wonderful to listen to. Thank you to, Omar, Theo, Steve, Maki, Adrienne, Lionel, Lisa, Walt, Langley, Meron and Tabu for your wonderful hospitality! You gave our road trip a purpose, seeing old and new friends along the way and all strangle with a Tanzanian connection! It was lovely seeing you Christine, Annie, Shani, Vanessa, Aidan, Austin and we hope to see yo all again soon!! Next, New York with Toms parents joining us and that's a whole blog on ...

      Boats and Bourbon

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 25, 2014

      ... the water, no noise except for the occasional chirping of a cricket. And then two beady eyes and two nostrils broke the surface of the water. The ripples began to radiate out from both sides as the alligator swished its tail from side to side, moving threateningly through the water. We were informed that this was a small 'gator. To determine the size, you measure the nose in inches from eyes to end. Whatever this measurement is will be the length of the 'gator in feet. This, ...


      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... on a wild and crazy Monday evening). I am hoping there may be an opportunity in the future to revisit the soggy swamp bottoms and be enlightened with the historical aspect and architecture.

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      New Orleans, Louisiana - Week 5

      A travel blog entry by samandylan on Jun 03, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... The other tradition for Bourbon St is throwing beads at ladies walking by for the exchange of an exposed breast or two. I think the tradition originated from Mardi Gras, but these days it's just drunk young guys standing on the balcony of bars trying to lasoo a girl walking past and hoping for the best. They weren't having much luck....leave it to the aussie boys.

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