Lagniappe Bed and Breakfast

1925 Peniston Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | B&B
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Location

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
 

Travel Blogs from New Orleans

USA Part 4 - New Orleans, Florida and 4th July

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 22, 2014

2 comments, 70 photos

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Miami was a big disappointment for us, especially considering its bloody ages away from anything else. We left and steered Bruce toward the Everglades National Park. In this photo, you’re looking at about 12% land, 88% water.
















This is where the airboats could take you deep in the park. We weren’t ...

Independent action

A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 04, 2014

3 photos

... I was able to get a couple of pics inside, but nothing spectacular.

Hanging from the ceiling was a F4U Corsair, a SBD Dauntless, a P51 Mustang, a TBD Avenger torpedo bomber and a B25 Mitchell, with a noseful of .50 cal machineguns. However, the pride of the collection is a B17 Flying Fortress.

The B17 "My gal Sal" is a particularly interesting aircraft. It was lost while ferrying from America to England, winding up on an ice flow near ...

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by cottongk on Apr 22, 2014

... airboats can go over. The first log we tackled I was getting ready to dog paddle, but it skimmed over it like it wasn't even there. The airboat drivers are a breed onto their own (watch an episode of Swamp People and you'll get my drift).

Toured two plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Oak Alley is an antebellum home with 300 year old oak trees overhanging to form a magnificent canopied path running down to the Mississippi River. Gorgeous. ...

Swamp people

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Apr 10, 2014

4 photos

... swamp are big and luxurious, not many pets around the place though, which we found out later was because if people had pets the alligators would eat them. There were some shacks overhanging the swamp but these were definitely just run down shacks but still very cool to see. I think the most amazing thing for me was seeing the damage and debris caused by hurricane katrina which they are still trying to cope with. Some of the shacks on the swamp ...

Valentine's Day Done Right!

A travel blog entry by 2kids1map on Feb 14, 2014

17 photos

... day and couldn’t get rid of the heat, his face was beat read and we had no water, it was hilarious!

From here we walked up to the water and down a path to the famous 'café du monde’ for some beignets and café au laits. We got a perfect little table in the sun, and had a jazz band playing right out infront of us..such a cool scene. All they serve here is beignets and café’s so the system is pretty cool. The washroom is in the kitchen so ...

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