Elephant Walk

230 Bermuda Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70114, United States | B&B
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The Big Easy: New Orleans

A travel blog entry by louwish


... New Orleans, as essentially the city has been built in a swamp and is below sea level. (So bodies buried below ground would rise back up.) So visiting the graveyard isn't as weird as it sounds and all the tourists do it. Admittedly few with toddler. The mausoleums are quite amazing, some completely desecrated,  and some elaborate and beautiful. Some famous voodoo high priestess is buried here, but we didn't manage to find her. Probably for the best as Eva would ...

The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by marcher1234


... NZ to an older couple behind us from Illinois that were travelling in an RV & turned put to be staying at the same camp ground as us. The man got hustled by a clever quick talking shoe shiner passing by. Dinner was great & beers were cheap. The day was an absolute sensory overload of old buildings, colour, people, good & bad smells, jazz, alternative music, paintings, delicious tastes, street performers etc. We took loads ...

No plans...No problem...NOLA!

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin


... can I say? He’s a legend in my book and I was intrigued about his hometown. Let’s just say it made Jordy Nelson’s hometown in Kansas seem like New York City. We found one sad sign declaring Kiln the hometown of Favre and little else to speak of. We tried in vain to find any sort of “downtown” or “town” at all. Ah well, at least we had the brewery to experience. With little signage, we weren’t sure if we’d found ...

Day 147 - Houston to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... to head down to the Bourbon street area to get some dinner. On the way out of the hotel we went out onto the balcony for a look and an Aussie bloke was sitting out there using his laptop and said to us "are you the two Aussies who just checked in"? I'm not sure how he knew that but we were. We had a chat to him for a while he asked us about our trip and told us a little about his life. He was a really great bloke, his wife died when he was 27 and after his kids ...

Jazz and Jambalaya in The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by cindy.thompson


... amusing probably wasn’t the most constructive feedback. So unfortunately she and Esther, I think it was, made do with boiled potatoes for dinner. After the unsuccessful restaurant outing, we drove back to the hotel. The new group headed out for a big night out but uncharacteristically of me I headed to bed. The heat, the food and drinking and the walking had taken it out of me. The next morning the police arrive to speak to the girls about what has been stolen. Amy ...


This B&B, located in the Algiers Point area of New Orleans, is near Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World, Algiers Point, Algiers Levee, and Algiers Point Library.
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