House of the Rising Sun Bed and Breakfast

Address: 335 Pelican Ave., 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 World Trade Center.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHouse of the Rising Sun Bed and Breakfast New Orleans

      Reviewed by drudell

      Perfect Spot to Visit the Big Easy

      Reviewed Mar 2, 2012
      by (9 reviews) Oliphant , Canada Flag of Canada

      We stayed 2 nights on Algiers Point at the House of the Rising Sun Bed and Breakfast, and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Host Kevin was very helpful in providing information on what to do our first night on 'The Point' and on ideas for our full day 'over the river. Our GPS brought us right to the front door, and that's where the car stayed until we departed. The free (for walk-on) ferry crossed the Mississippi every 1/2 hour, and drops you right at the foot of Canal Street next to the French Quarter.
      Back at the house we had all we needed, with high speed internet, excellent shower, and a nice fresh breakfast. Thanks again to Kevin and Wendy.

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