Gillham-Pierce House

1407 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $105.00
 

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War

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... be literally around the corner from our hotel.

We spent most of the rest of the day there--about 5 hours in all--and it was very interesting. What I knew about World War II before going there you could write on a 3x5 card, and the museum is really well organized to give visitors a good solid overview of the war--particularly the ...

Hop on, Hop off

A travel blog entry by jott086

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... lived on the other side. The middle became known as The Neutral Zone rather than a boulevard.

We hopped off at Harrah's near the waterfront in a reconnaissance for lunch but not until we had cashed in our free five dollar coupons which took about 15 minutes for all of us to be processed then we immediately lost it all.

We lunched across the street where we tried fried pickles which were really good. No other wild ...

Who to see, who to see...

A travel blog entry by thespeck

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... line music,” he said. “But things like that werent going to stop us. We'd be in school and itd be time for lunch and wed go straight to playing, we didn’t even eat. We could usually get in two good songs before the principal shut us down.”
Ironically, some three decades later, Ruffins has become one of the city’s signature symbols. He played himself in the HBO series named “Treme” for the neighborhood and lifestyle essential to ...

BK/AK BMG/AMG

A travel blog entry by aviruthia

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... is fair to say that Katrina affected the city of New Orleans more than 9/11 affected the city of New York. And no wonder.

Mardi Gras day itself was a wonder. I guess I just hadn't realized how extravagant the costumes could be - feathered birds on stilts, Louis XIV in his finery, a wearable functioning greenhouse, sexy, skimpy gossamers - no wonder Jakob had put so much time into his dinosaur. But, alas for ...

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

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin

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... of exploring, embracing our tourist status and setting out to see something new every day. We could walk to the French Quarter from Bill’s, so we were in an ideal location to explore. On our first full day, we walked to Cafe du Monde for beignets. These delicious French doughnuts covered in mounds of powdered sugar are heavenly. We split an order and I immediately declared that these would not be our last! We walked back to the house and took Gordon and ...

Location

This B&B, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans African-American Museum, Miss Celie's Spa, and Mother-in-Law Lounge.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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