The Mansion on St. Charles

2409 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $80.00

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A travel blog entry by cottongk

... airboats can go over. The first log we tackled I was getting ready to dog paddle, but it skimmed over it like it wasn't even there. The airboat drivers are a breed onto their own (watch an episode of Swamp People and you'll get my drift).

Toured two plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Oak Alley is an antebellum home with 300 year old oak trees overhanging to form a magnificent canopied path running down to the Mississippi River. Gorgeous. ...

Who says you have to see Jazz Fest?

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman


... on “neutral ground” and settled their differences. 8. Muffaletta (a sandwich on round or long bread) and Po’ Boys, the latter so named because during the Depression food was scare and this was a sandwich created with meat stuffed into it because it was relatively cheap. 9. A Cajun dance party 10. The Acadians from Nova Scotia were an early influence in the city. If you say Acadian in a lazy way you’ll hear the “dian” part ...

New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad


... the smell of vanilla and caramel was mouthwatering and chocolate and nut toffees lined the display cabinet. The kids found some Salt Water Taffy (like Huck Finn/Tom Sawyer ate) and have bought some to bring back to Oz. Then we each chose a chocolate - Mase had a Mississippi Mud chocolate, I had a peanut, caramel and dark chocolate treat, Sam had a choc alligator, Matt had a mint chocolate and Jo chose a pink loveheart to give to Sam for Valentine's Day (the next ...

History, Gumbo and Pralines

A travel blog entry by sarahjr


... I spent some time picking up more souvenirs and drinking up the French Quarter culture. You can be here for several weeks and not see everything this amazing area has to offer.

In the evening, Holly and I went to the New Orleans School of Cooking for our Cajun cooking class. This was a hands on class, where we cooked Gumbo, Chicken or fish with Meniere sauce and pralines. Our chef instructor was Michael, and he walked us through the preparation of ...

Day 3, Strolling down Magazine St

A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis


... of theirs. Jacque Imo's is in another area of town that we haven't been to yet, and is quite something inside. I didn't get the full story why its called Jacque Imo's, but it definitely has something to do with the Iko Iko song. I had a rum based cocktail, the best I've ever had, called a Finanay.( "Jacque Imo fi na nay"). I don't know how its meant to be spelt, but it sure did taste good. :)



This B&B, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Lafayette Cemetery, Elms Mansion, Roots of New Orleans Heritage City Tour, and Bush Antiques.
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