Maison de Lagniappe

Address: 1021 Kerlerec Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, Backstreet Cultural Museum, and Lalaurie Mansion.
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    Day 1: New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... type of bar you could imagine; they had a sports bar, karaoke bar, jazz bar, hurricane bar (the drink), an outdoorsy bar, a disco bar, a night club, a daiquiri and pizza bar, and finally the bar we had been looking for, one that served “grenades”, oh wait that was legitimately every single bar. The one big difference between all these bars and say most other bar strips in the country is that there are no open container laws so most people ...

    Visiting the Garden (District)

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 08, 2015

    39 photos

    ... headed to bourbon street and Clover Grill where a very friendly server took their order. Speck was of the opinion that the server was a bit jealous of Megan, wanting Nate for himself. After dinner and deciphering the bill (it came to $63 for 4 burgers and sides and 2 sodas) it was across the street to Lafittes, the oldest bar in America and then a walk back to the hotel. By the end of the day Megans pedometer estimated a total distance of 14 miles and change. ...

    Exploring the Party

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 13, 2015

    10 photos

    ... above them, especially during the city’s frequent floods. Since the coffins were filled with air, the water sometimes pushed them up through the earth, causing both a gruesome sight and a health hazard. To keep the coffins underground, holes were drilled in the lid to let air escape, and the coffins were weighted down with rocks and sand. But this was only partially successful, and in any case the saturated corpses did not decompose properly, leading to ...

    Taking it easy in....the Big Easy

    A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Nov 02, 2014

    42 photos

    ... any city are the history, the food and the culture. After waking up and doing a fascinating load of laundry, Ted and I headed out towards the French Quarter. It seems that last nights cold snap was unusual, as the weather today was actually wonderful.

    We needed to meet near Jackson Square, so Ted and I went there quickly and had breakfast at a nearby diner. I finally got to try grits, a true southern meal. It is similar to porridge and I didn't mind it, as it was quite filling. ...

    Southern Gals, Gators and Ghouls!!

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

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... makers all along the way. It gives focus to the land and is proof that highways do not have to overtake landscape. It runs from the Mississippi River in Natchez through the Shoals area in Alabama and then on to Nashville Tennessee on the Ohio River. The Old Trace was first used by the American Indians and then in the 1800’s it eventually became the main return route for Ohio Valley traders. We loved this highway. There were interesting facts to read all ...