Elephant Walk

230 Bermuda Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70114, United States | B&B

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So far, So Good

A travel blog entry by jott086


Doing good thus far have the hair product on the hair and the face product on the face! Going out for fried green tomatoes and Preservation Hall which is supposed to be the best jazz place in town.

Lessons learned today:
1. Baby alligators have soft silky tummies
2. I love fried green tomatoes with andoulie
3,Two T3's plus two hurricanes equals a rockin time ...

Who to see, who to see...

A travel blog entry by thespeck


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11:00am GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: Diablo's Horns
Diablo’s Horns- New Orleans Brass Band Funk, Blues, Jazz, Gospel, Tejano and a little local humor thrown in.

Only catching the last 20 minutes of their set we were kicking ourselves for not getting there sooner. They did several rock and blues covers but used a tuba instead of a bass guitar or upright bass. "Come Together, riiight nooowww... Over Me" feels so much different when ...

On the road to N'awlins

A travel blog entry by healsby


... to Cemetary Number 1 to look around but unfortunately it was all locked up for the night – we decided we’d have to come back in the morning, as we really wanted to go in and see it. As it started to get dark, and even more people descended upon the bars there, we decided to head back home. First, we popped into a CVS to pick up some drinks, and I was finally rewarded with finding the raspberry Arizona Iced Tea that I’ve been looking for since we got ...

MARDI GRAS!! Check that one off the list!!

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig


... were very elaborate and cool to see. Honey actually caught one of the biggest beads they throw. It is handmade with a painted coconut, they only throw a few, and it’s the one souvenir to get! The next parade was…strange. The floats were not decorated at all but the goodies they were throwing were very big (stuffed animals, snack bags, plastic swords, hats). It was a lot of fun catching the loot. I read that saying “Throw me something ...

How Did This Happen?

A travel blog entry by paulej4


... I resisted and then relented. The firemen arrived first. No fewer than four of them fitted me with a blood pressure cuff, a fingertip blood oxygen monitor, and the cold end of a stethoscope. “How does your neck feel?” It hurts, I replied. “OK. Don’t move it. As soon as the ambulance arrives, those guys will fit you with a neck brace and we’ll strap you to a board and transport you to the hospital. Don’t worry about your car; we’ll have it ...


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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