Lagniappe Bed and Breakfast

1925 Peniston Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | B&B
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Laissez les bons temps rouler!

A travel blog entry by tigerjo


... Katrina has still left her mark. Some are obviously running from something but others seem to have chosen this life - a desire to live a life outside the norms and join this nomadic community. They just seemed so off the grid, finding a way to subvert authority, this I can understand but sitting on a street corner and losing your mind to drink and drugs just doesn't float my boat. ...

Documented our time in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by ebdsnyder


Today was the big day! We set up an appointment with a local photographer to be photographed around New Orleans for our engagement photos. We didn't get to go into as much of the beautiful french quarter as I would have liked, but we did get some fun shots on the ferry and on a streetcar. It seems fitting since we're traveling.

Woke up and found a barber shop for Dustin to get his haircut. We met ...

Ruteplan fra NOLA til Rio Azul, Guate

A travel blog entry by erikaggerholm

... Alamo. This right turn is easy to miss so be watching for the sign, “Alamo”. If you see a large obelisk on your right and then a Pemex on your right you missed your turn. After you make the right turn toward Alamo go about two minutes and turn left towards Poza Rica/Alamo. Just past Alamo there is a bridge toll, $7.00. Shortly after you go through Tihuatlan there will be an interchange where you will turn right. The sign says ...

NOLA Day 2 - Washing & Steamboat

A travel blog entry by nic216


... and straw and onto the trolley car we get :) After our trolley ride we go collect our washing and head back to the hotel to get ready for our steamboat dinner and jazz cruise tonight. Once on the boat we take the first seating for dinner, the food is nice but not amazing, certainly can't compare with the night before. After dinner we head out onto the deck to relax and enjoy the ride and the jazz band. Although this is really nice ...

Day 2 in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by harleyrider2


... trees and probably hides some nasty snakes.

The tour guide took us through the bayou at speed sometimes, more more sedately at others. The sound of the boat was recognised by some of his favourite, fortunately smaller alligators who came to the boat. It was then he threw them marshmellows which they loved. We also had a smaller one to hold - much softer than I thought they would be.

Lunch was at Mulates - a we ...


This B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Storyville District, Elms Mansion, Orpheum Theatre, and St. Elizabeth's Orphanage Museum.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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