Maison d'Or Bed and Breakfast

Address: 122 W. Pine Street, Ponchatoula, Louisiana, 70454, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 122 W. Pine Street, Ponchatoula.
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Travel Blogs from Ponchatoula

Patriots before a storm

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... campground amidst thunder, lightning, and heavy rain.

Besides the "Beware of Alligators" signs were "Flash Flood Zone" signs. We ran for our tent and spent the night wondering just how high the alligator laden creeks and ponds would rise that night. Not much sleep, but all was well. We were spared the tornadoes that sprung up in several areas not far away. Again wondering if it is time to reconsider tent camping......


Getting ready for New Orleans

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Feb 08, 2013

10 photos

... Marie from our Operation Smile missions and it is so nice to see her again. The four of us went to Rips on the Lake, a local restaurant for supper. We had po-boys, a Cajun specialty that I had been hoping to try. Greg and I shared a shrimp po-boy and a crab po-boy. A po-boy is sort of like a submarine sandwich: a seafood or meat filling in a French bread. But the French bread here is a very soft yeasty bread with a very thin crusty outer layer. The ...


A travel blog entry by annettekulle on Sep 28, 2010

1 comment, 5 photos

A slow day at the ranch.

Got up to aches and stiffness from yesterday's exertions. But, not as bad as we expected. We'll be ready for tomorrow. Got an email from the organizers asking that we come at 7 AM instead of
8 AM. Don't they realize we're retired?

Went to the laundromat today and Frank got a haircut. Then ...

Bayou Barriere Golf Course and the French Quarter

A travel blog entry by arnica18 on Jan 31, 2009

14 photos

... figure it was about $1 a bite for the plate. Luckily Don's jumbalya was chock full of chicken and was way too much for him to eat. We shared his dinner, Don did his "butt kicking dance" in the booth, and then we ordered cheesecake and carrot cake to go. Both were HUGE pieces filling a large take home container. My Dolce de Leche Cheesecake was covered in a smooth caramel sauce, sprinkled with praline crumbles, and topped ...

The Mighty Mississippi

A travel blog entry by j-eunit on Apr 10, 2008

5 photos

... me about the possibility of matching wits with alligators, but we both knew that if we would encounter a giant lizard, all we would have to do is run in a zig-zag pattern and we could lose it! (That is, of course, an old Louisiana remedy for getting the gators off of your tail.) So we walked and rambled and praised the mansions lining River ...