Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... we could just walk around and enjoy the area. The French Quarter really is a piece of Europe in American but not quite Europe as it truly is a result of mixture of French, Spanish, Negro, and Americans all creating a unique culture here. Reminded be in a way of Quebec also a little bit of Europe in the Americas. Well as I sit at the Louis Armstrong airport in New Orleans Marge and I prepare to say good-bye for now to New Orleans and head back to ...
... dinner and had a good evening including watching the football on tv. The saints won so the town was pumping!
Day 3 saw us take the hop on hop off bus around the city where we saw some of the effects of Katrina still lingering as well as seeing some of the heritage homes in the area. Highlights here included seeing the Super Bowl winning saints stadium, the oldest cemetery in the US and some stars houses including John ...
... 3 in a row then NONE. We decided to take it all the way into Bourbon. It was terribly full due to the weekend night and all the college kids. We finally made it into town and had dessert at Red Fish Grill in the Oyster bar this time. Again great service and food. We then walked down Bourbon and through Jackson Square past Café Du Monde and up along the river and down to Frenchmen. It was so crazy full you couldn’t walk and there was a ...
... you still see the aftermath (especially East, where most of it was 15ftunderwater).There is an abandoned six flags roller coaster park that is incredibly scary. Since Katrina it has not been touched. It just sits there. it was abandoned the day before Katrina.
The scar tissue of a horrific natural disaster still lingers on water damaged buildings and broken footpaths.
New Orleans actually sits about 8ft below sea level. It's near the mouth of the ...
... store. It opened in 1913 and its been making pralines, fudge and Mississippi mud in its small store for over 100 years. We sampled their tasty creole pralines and famous Mississippi mud - which is chocolate fudge with pecans, covered in a layer of caramel.
Walking the French Quarter is the best way to discover it's beauty, and the only way you'll come across hidden gems, such as Lafitte's Blacksmith Bar. Built between 1722 and 1732 it ...