Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast New Orleans
Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... few Aussie from Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, a guy from Alabama and his girlfriend Teresa from Portugal and two Canadian brothers from Vancouver which was cool! They had some good tips for us for when we arrive. We ended up going out with everyone to Frenchman st. So I got my first bourbon st sighting and we all bought the 'hand grenade' drinks for the road. We went to one of the many jazz places for a few drinks which was fun but with 4th of July the next day I think every one wanted ...
... it would look great in the autumn. Whilst here we headed to the Pebble Hill plantation to see how the other half live... could definitely get used to the lifestyle, very nice house and gardens. After a quick stroll and coffee on historic Thomasville highstreet, we headed to Lake Park for a brief overnight before heading south to our very last state before flying ...
... cap, we walked up to Napoleons House to try the official cocktail of New Orleans and America's oldest cocktail, the Sazarac. I also ordered a Bourbon Milk Punch and liked it much better than the Sazarac. We knew going in that the Sazarac was a novelty drink. Nothing more.
Note: Andy and I agreed that we would happily spend an entire day taking walking tours of New Orleans. You learn so much history as well as interesting trivia about the ...
... then chased some live music. After some Cajun in one bar we moved to another to listen to a trio with a Jimmy Hendrix “play alike”… slide guitar on the microphone stand and musical breaks… really entertaining for a couple of hours. A taxi took us home about 11pm.
Unlike our other house mates who hid from us, the new ones, Michael and Susan were really friendly. Susan headed off ...
... used cemetery as there were many burials in the 2000's. It was interesting that the walking guide I bought of the Garden District noted that the tombs were typically built with two chambers a top one and lower one. The top one was for the actual burial. The bottom one was used to hold the old bones from the top burial when a new burial was planned for the tomb. The old bones were swept into the lower chamber. An economical use of ...