Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast

2125 N. Rampart Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | B&B
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New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad

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... by virtue of the fact that when the Indians used to go fishing for oyster to eat they'd travel so far down the river to the Gulf that they needed to make camps along the way overnight. When they returned from their fishing trips they'd cook and eat the oyster and leave the hard, inedible shiny bauble in the centre of the shell at the campsite. Over the years the baubles 'stockpiled' and one day were discovered by 'educated' white man who had found more than the ...

IT ISN'T NECESSARILLY WARMER DOWN SOUTH

A travel blog entry by gordonkirby

2
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... on the “Steamboat Natchez” down the Mississippi etc; this is the last authentic steamboat operating. There will be dinner, jazz, and a chance to see the engine room. However, it will be dark when we cast off at 1800 and it’s still raining.

Tomorrow, I depart for London via Miami and expect to arrive at Heathrow around 0900 GMT on Thursday morning. So this may be my last entry, maybe not.

Best wishes, Gordon ...

Dancing with the queen of New Orleans

A travel blog entry by linleyc

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... But once fed up, I was keen to have a little look at Bourbon Street.

The first thing to assail you on Bourbon Street is the aroma. There is nothing else quite like it. A potent mix of stale vomit, **** and cigar smoke. You have two options - develop a cast iron stomach, or breathe through your mouth. Every few steps it wafts up and assaults you all over again. The second thing you notice on Bourbon Street is that it's a neon ...

Day 7 - New Orleans or N'awlins as the locals say

A travel blog entry by tallypez

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... I am turning in to a southerner.

Laetisha and I headed down Toulouse Street to the waterfront for some dinner and to listen to a jazz band. She tried the good old southern fried chicken while I went for the shrimp pho boy. Both were delicious. I am glad we are only here for three days cause the food is so good it would kill my waist line to stay longer. And that don't need no encouragement! Still, I am determined to try the catfish and gumbo before I ...

The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by emstreeter

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... St is a good 30 minute walk from where we thought we spent the night. By the time I had a good sleep and had a shower and stuff it was 3pm and when I was getting my stuff organised to go get some food I realised my passport was missing. In some places on the east coast my drivers license was rejected as they get confused with the date and the clear strip so had to use my passport. Anyway, first reaction: great, trust this to happen when I'm hungover. We decided to retrace our steps. ...

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This B&B, located in the Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, The Old U.S. Mint, and Chartres Street.
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