Balcony Guest House

Address: 2483 Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, Chartres Street, and American Aquatic Gardens and Gifts.
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    Day 3: New Orleans cont.

    A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... red in the face and visibly uncomfortable. He replied back cowering to his chamber "sorry didn’t know you two were…sorry have a wonderful night gentlemen". Simultaneously the fat stripper looked on from the doorway both confused and vaguely defeated. This experience sums up many of the awkward yet hysterical encounters of the evening. We all had a ball as we watched girls falling over themselves walking out of clubs and as people flashed the public ...

    Jazz Town

    A travel blog entry by arias.10 on May 03, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the world) of jazz music. Jazz music was the result of mixing European, African, and Caribbean music brought to New Orleans during the 18th century through the interregional migration (permanent movement from region of a country to another) of settlers and slaves. It is now listened to all over the world. Since jazz music is a big part of the New Orleans culture, our challenge was to go to the Preservation Hall, which is the most well known ...

    I fought the rain, and the rain won?

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... and explained that while dumping the napkin on himself could be considered Clownery because no one else was impacted and everyone could laugh at it, to stain someone elses clothing was a form of assault and necessitated a heartfelt apology and a change of behavior (it felt like training a 6 year old, maybe this dad stuff would not be so hard). Over coffee the decision was made to get the car and venture to Frenchman rather than to head over to the West Bank and ...

    Goin' Down Da Bayou

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 18, 2015

    9 photos

    ... eating the pigs, so if that’s something you want to see hop onto YouTube. I’m okay not having that visual in my life right now!

    Back home we finished packing then went down to the French Quarter one last time to pick up final souvenirs and get some dinner. It was so strange how quickly the city quiets down after Mardi Gras, and very impressive how well the city cleaned up the streets in one day! Managed to pick up the ...


    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... future use).

    After the tour is over Paul asks Milton if he can recommend a bar for us to get a drink at in the Treme. Paul is keen since we watched the Treme series which is about NO post-Katrina and Milton says sure, but how about we hop in his truck and he'll take us. NO people are super-friendly and we have found their hospitality very genuine. So he takes us on up to the Treme to Kermit Ruffin's bar which was on Treme; Paul is just about wetting his pants. When ...