The House on Bayou Road

2275 Bayou Rd., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $135.00
 

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New Orleans day 2

A travel blog entry by tpress29

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... someone might try something as I passed the gas station and the bums under the freeway, but I wasn't bothered. I was extra quiet when I got back as not to wake Will and Erin, though the old door to the patio was sticky and needed some oomph to open. I used the toilet, washed my face, hands and cleaned my teeth, all in the kitchen sink. I then crashed out on my bed and dozed off. I couldn't fathom going into their room to shower. A few hours later, I awake as Will and Erin come home. They weren't even ...

Who says you have to see Jazz Fest?

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman

2
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  • Swamp people

    A travel blog entry by prawn0

    4

    ... all stick together. Soon enough though a few of us decided to bail and go experience bourbon street to its fullest. We ended up in some courtyard where we met a huge group of college students from Texas who gave us the dirt on where we should and shouldn't go while we are there. This place seemed to just get emptier with time so we went looking for something better. We arrived at a place called pat o'briens which we later found out had lots of ...

    New O'Lins

    A travel blog entry by lindensabroad

    3
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    ... to start with but when it was reheated was delicious.
    Sam had grilled shrimp - served with jacket potato and Cajun spiced grilled vegies.
    Jo ordered a French Muffaletta - ham, salami and provolone cheese, with olive salad and seasonings grilled on French bread (common name in Louisiana for this is a Po'Boy) - which she said was yummy but couldn't finish and was lunch the next day!
    Matt had a burger and fries...no sense of adventure that ...

    History, Gumbo and Pralines

    A travel blog entry by sarahjr

    6

    Our last full day in this fabulous city, and the sun was shining. Unfortunately, the temperature was only slightly above zero. We planned a trip out of town to a traditional Southern plantation homestead called Oak Alley, and hit the road about 10am. The drive took about an hour, through very flat, swampy land. The homestead is a traditional Southern antebellum plantation, with a rich history. Oak Alley was built by Jacques Roman for his new wife Celine, who was a ...

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    This B&B, located in the Esplanade Ridge area of New Orleans, is near Southern Comfort Cocktail Tour, Backstreet Cultural Museum, Edgar Degas House, and Fair Grounds Race Course.
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