Lagniappe Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1925 Peniston Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Elms Mansion, Storyville District, Orpheum Theatre, and St. Elizabeth's Orphanage Museum.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

The French Quarter

A travel blog entry by nbarber on Aug 28, 2015

23 photos

... was his wish. I felt so bad for thinking so badly of her! It goes to show that you just never know someone's story. I got a lot of pleasure telling the gaggling group of ladies outside the restroom the story and that seemed to make them speechless. So sad ... And a lesson for me on judging a book by its cover. Saw a steam boat - my first one! There are so many crack heads here and homeless people, and generally weird people. Also, a lot of clairvoyants outside ...


A travel blog entry by sparcat on May 23, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

We have been in New Orleans for the past few days. Marv and Sue decided to join us here. They are staying at The Ritz Carlton, and we (trailer trash) are staying at the RV park in the French Quarter. We have walked and walked and walked. Saw the French Quarter, the Mississippi ...

Trip 6: Jackson to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by rosegeorge33 on Apr 15, 2015

29 photos

... said hi."
"Oh, hi."
"You look nice."
"Thanks," and I continued walking. He turned his bike around and started walking/riding it right next to me. I thought it was weird, so I turned around to get my car. The boy turned his bike around and continued to walk/ride beside me. Then he said, "There was a man back there. He told this lady, 'Come in here and give me...'" and he made a head gesture meaning head. "And she did." I just didn't know what to say to that so I opened ...

Southern Gals, Gators and Ghouls!!

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Oct 31, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... to create much of what defines New Orleans culture up to the present day. In so many ways, its story reflects the path taken by African American history over the centuries. We saw the 801 year McDonough Oak tree in City Park, which also had the best coffee and beignets (light donuts with lots of powered icing sugar) in the entire city - hands down. This tour was important because the real information we received about New Orleans way back when, that connected up to ...

I'll have a Poo, Boy

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 05, 2014

10 photos

... the skinny prototype. Bring on the big booty I say!

While we are on the trolley, a guy starts yelling out the window at another guy outside. I can't figure out what is going on, but when the outside guys gets on, it becomes apparent that he has dropped some money from his pocket and the guy on the trolley was trying to tell him. The trolley driver lets him off and the passengers cheer him on as he valiantly goes running back to his dropped money- hope he ...

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