Henry Howard House

Address: 2041 Prytania St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near American Queen, Hurricane Katrina Tour - America's Greatest Catastrophe, Roots of New Orleans Heritage City Tour, and Gerry White Glass.
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      I did it!

      A travel blog entry by jpshoop on Nov 19, 2014

      5 comments, 29 photos

      ... one lane back roads. I've driven on paved road and dirt roads. I've driven on clear roads, snow covered roads, and ice covered roads. I've driven on snow and ice covered roads that were also not paved. I've driven through cites of millions people and towns of 66 people. I've driven in temperatures in the single digits and temperatures up to 60. ...

      Summer flew by... Now it's my turn

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Oct 14, 2014

      7 comments, 4 photos

      ... 3 suitcases. I think that less is more, SO I have packed a small carry-on suitcase inside a medium sized case (so I can travel back with souvenirs) and I have my red backpack I used in SE Asia for my carry-on. All totally manageable. I can think of several of my readers, (like Lauren and Caitlin) who would just die if they had to pack for 15 months with a suitcase and backpack but I am here to tell you a few space saving tricks for those of you who have ...

      Goodbye Razzmatazz, hello Jazz

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 25, 2014

      ... of slaves. We learned of spurned wives, of mistresses, of greed, of lust and cruelty. It was an ape retraining way to pass two hours and get our bearings in the bustling area. However, it was stiflingly hot. The humidity index was off the scale and the air was thick with the threat of rain and heavy with moisture sucked from the lifeblood swamps and rivers of the area. By the time the tour had finished its leisurely route, we were in need of a cold shower and a sleep. ...


      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 23, 2014

      23 photos

      ... venue by brutally slapping my butt and shouting at me, “Hey, big booty girl – get in here for some shots.”

      “No thanks, ma’am” was my short-spoken concerned reply as my speed increased, leaving Jessica far behind.

      The gift shops on Bourbon Street contained your typical souvenirs of post cards, t-shirts, and shot glasses but the uniqueness of New Orleans was publicized in the large selection of different styles ...

      All that Jazz!

      A travel blog entry by swannieg on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... to met Bianca (Doug and Paola's daughter -friends of ours from Alstonville) and Alan (they live in Baton Rouge) for drinks and dinner. We head off ,with Bianca and Alan leading the way, to find the legendary Pat O'Brien's to be introduced to the "Hurricane" - a must do cocktail! Wow -one was enough -a very potent rum and fruit concoction and we get to keep the glass - hope we can get them home in one piece. Now off to find the restaurant specialising in local cuisine that Bianca ...