Elephant Walk

Address: 230 Bermuda Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70114, United States | B&B
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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 Farmer's Market.
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What a gem of a place

A travel blog entry by usa15 on May 11, 2015

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... was full of knowledge regarding the alligators. We cruised across to the swamp canal - these were created to ship logging down to the New Orleans wharf. There is "grandfather whisker" everywhere giving the place a really eerie feel. When the boat stopped you could see the heads just pop up from the water. The boat is like the ice cream truck - they come from everywhere when they hear them. Alligators ...

Visiting the Garden (District)

A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 08, 2015

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... that did coffee, doughnuts and sliders on the edge of the district so that was deemed the place to go. The District Donuts Sliders Brew did not have beer but allowed BYOB and suggested the deli next door where Speck found a couple of IPA's to try, Sweetwater IPA and Caldera IPA. The service was somewhat lacking but later in the day Speck picked up a local zine that had a full page ad describing that as part of their schtick. The Polly's had ordered a ...

Exploring the Party

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 13, 2015

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... br> We wandered down towards the French quarter, heading to the visitors centre to get some ideas of what the area has to offer beyond Carnival. On the way we stopped in Louis Armstrong Park and had a look round St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. All of these graves are above-ground vaults, most constructed in the 18th century and 19th century. St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 is the oldest and most famous and opened in 1789, replacing the city's older St. Peter Cemetery (no longer ...

Taking it easy in....the Big Easy

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 02, 2014

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... the crescent city.

At Serio's we were given a local muffuletta Po boy, which is basically like a sandwich with sandwich meats, cheese and ground olives. It was messy but tasted pretty good regardless. We then headed to the Coffee Pot, where we had jambalaya and seafood gumbo. The good part of the tour is that we again got to learn a bit about the history of the city and its food. Unfortunately for Ted he doesn't like seafood but fortunately for me, I got to have his serving ...

Weekend in the Big Easy - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 25, 2014

... around the corner and then I thought, the theory about running in these boots was about to be tested. I ran much faster than one would chasing a coke dealer. I didn't look back and I didn't think they chased me. All I could hear was my boots going flat out beneath me, my knees rising high, and my heart pounding in my chest. I ran till I thought I would pass out. It must have been half the distance I needed to run because adrenaline kicked in for the other half. It was ...

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