Bed & Breakfast at the Point

405 Delaronde Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70114, United States | B&B
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Day 3.5 - tuscaloosa > meridian > new orleans

A travel blog entry by brianbruan

... during mardi gras and the relief of not being here during the insanity. I would meet some more kind folk, yavor the slow and precice speaking bulgerian who lottery lucked into a green card and now lives on chicago and despises his 3d design job. The couple from minniapolis who would later grab me some beers for the three of us late into the evening. Tariq also from minniapolis, born and raised but of iraq grunge rock motorhead background. He would later at 5am, ...

History, Gumbo and Pralines

A travel blog entry by sarahjr


... plantation to ruin. Oak Alley was sold to pay the debts. Oak Alley remained vacant until 1925 when it was bought by new owners who restored the homestead. These owners gifted it to the community and today it is operated by a non profit organisation who ensure the heritage lives on.

After we returned to New Orleans, I decided to visit a gallery where I saw a fabulous painting on New Year's Eve. Unfortunately, it was almost $5,000, a little out of my ...

Taking Care Of Business In Museums

A travel blog entry by livinthedream13


... have stayed somewhere nicer. Walked down to the Mississipi river and checked out the boats there the wandered up to get our lift back, the bus pulled up and Dallas our driver got us. He didnt shut up all the way back, got a bit of info of him though. He did this thing of talking out the side of his hand, we thought he was telling us secrets at first but it was just the way he spoke.
Got back to the camp and dialled for the pickup vehicle which would take us to the ...

Day in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip


This morning we got up had breakfast in our too then headed out to catch the St Charles Streetcar to Canal Street. The streetcar arrived within minutes of us getting to the stop. We got off at Canal Street and then caught a streetcar to the French Market. We got off and wandered past the US Old Mint through the French Market Place. We tasted pralines at the different shops with it on offer. We walked along Decatur Street past Cafe du Monde as there was a ridiculously long queue ...

Jazz and Jambalaya in The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by cindy.thompson


... all in all, the restaurant was great. A bit gimmicky of course but the food was actually really good so you can’t fault it. Afterwards we hit New Orleans for a night out! First stop was the famous Pat O’Briens where you can watch the duelling pianos. I got a cocktail before we took a table right near the front but it was so strong it was undrinkable. So the duelling pianos is basically two grand pianos positioned so the pianists are facing each other not that they ...


This B&B, located in the Algiers Point area of New Orleans, is near The Old U.S. Mint, Algiers Point, Algiers Levee, and RiverBarge Excursion Lines.
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