Maison d'Or Bed and Breakfast

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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The French Quarter

A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Feb 09, 2013

2 comments, 38 photos

... Endymion and its grand marshall was Kelly Clarkson. Marie explained to us that each parade is organized by a group (the Krewe) who pay for the parade and the bands and the throws. The throws are the beads, toys, and other paraphernalia that is thrown by the people on the floats. The night time parade floats are lit by LED bulbs and the effect is quite spectacular.

After the parade we had a late supper: seafood jambalaya, red beans and rice. Then the causeway ride home. We were ...


A travel blog entry by annettekulle on Sep 30, 2010

5 photos

... This evening we went to the St. Tammany Parish Fair (a parish is a county). It was like a county fair anywhere, I suppose, with fried food galore, rides, midway games to win stuffed animals, animal exhibits, sheep shearing, and even exhibits from all the schools in the parish.

The reason we went was for an evening of gospel music. Local churches offered whole choirs, small groups ...

Abita Springs and Superbowl Sunday

A travel blog entry by arnica18 on Feb 01, 2009

... Don watched the game, but with that already done, I settled into my corner of the couch and watched the Arizona Cardinals almost eke out a victory. Unfortunately, the Steelers had obviously decided the same thing I had (that guys with long dreadlocks sticking out from under their helmets are awesome) and managed to absolutely shut Fitzgerald / Fitzpatrick down for the entire first half. Hightower had a little more room, but not quite ...

The Mighty Mississippi

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

5 photos

My hubby and I woke early and decided to take a walk on the levee, which is the man-made levee created to keep the Mississippi River from overflowing its banks. This is an activity we engaged in frequently throughout our courtship, and now that we were back for a visit, we figured it would be nice to reenact an old tradition. The level of ...

Last day in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by sinclairda on Oct 19, 2007

5 photos

... went to visit an old house which has been opened to tourists to look around. Think our house in London is older than it and decide to open it to visitors when I return to London (10 a head if anyone wants to come) We head back to the hotel to relax for a short time before rushing off to get on the Natchez Steamboat for a dinner cruise down the Mississipi. Very pleasant but not really any views ...