Lagniappe Bed and Breakfast

1925 Peniston Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | B&B
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I fucking love this city so much. It's a blast.

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91


... a detailed history of sugar Cain plantations in the area and got to walk through some historic sites. These places were generally humongous, lavish mansions surrounded by Sugar Cain fields. A lot of these people were incredibly wealthy and these mansions were built centuries ago. The farms and all duties were carried out by African American slaves who were brought over from overseas. The mansions were absolutely stunning inside and out. We were given guided tours ...

The least American city - New Orleans

A travel blog entry by helwit


The title of this blog came from an architect who we talked to on the trolley car on the way to City Park, he told us he came here after college and fell in love with the city and called it the 'least American city'. It seemed quite apt to me. It is certainly diverse, a real mixture of cultures, languages, food, music and architecture. It gives me the impression that you discover more every day you are here and that you would probably continue to do that for a long time. It ...

I'm coming home, Oh Lexington Here I Come

A travel blog entry by thespeck


... in New Orleans. We are now playing every 2nd and 3rd Tuesday at The Spotted Cat on Frenchmen Street, from 6-10pm... and you can find us most weekends busking on Royal. We also just finished recording a new album that we're very excited about! It should be ready soon.

While Tyler was at Tuba Skinny, Caroline and I walked back to the hotel and changed into more comfortable festival clothing. We stashed our breakfast clothes in the car and retrieved our ...

Days 4 - 6: new orleans

A travel blog entry by brianbruan

... thinking of food and a cafe to read and write. I pass by a gallery store and back track to check it out, what a find, rare lithograph prints by the likes of joan miro and dali, even a toulouse loutrec stood beside the washroom door. The girl working there was eager to make conversation, which at first i was not feeling because i wanted to look and focus on the prints. However halfway through the gallery, it was clear that she was bored and envious of the freedom of ...

New Orleans, Louisiana (a.k.a NOLA)

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie


... a massive street cleaning truck. Thankfully it's only 10am, i can't imagine how mental it would be to try and negotiate driving around here later in the day.

With the car safely tucked away in the hotel car park, and our bags stored with the bell man we set out to experience what New Orleans had to offer. Stepping out from our clean and tranquil hotel lobby onto Bourbon street, really is a shock to the system. The first thing to hit me was the strong smell of urine, ...


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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