The Olivier Estate - A Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1425 N. Prieur Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, Edgar Degas House, Voodoo Spiritual Temple, and New Orleans African-American Museum.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Creeping Toward New Orleans

A travel blog entry by lrandal on Mar 28, 2015

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... Costa Rica. It was steaming hot by 9 am, when we ventured into the town, and we were immediately surrounded by people clamoring to offer taxi service, tour service, anything. Persistently.

We walked several blocks of the main street and decided we’d never seen such poverty. Strong whiff of raw sewage from the storm drains. Hopelessness on people’s faces. Most of the shops sold cheap stuff from ...

Sea Day

A travel blog entry by abudebbie on Mar 09, 2015

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Today was a 'sea day' meaning all you get to see is the sea! We are crossing the Gulf of Mexico heading towards Cozumel. The sea was relatively calm with only a few swells. After breakfast we went to a presentation about the ports we will be visiting and what they each have to offer. We figured out what activities we want to do and signed up for them. Then we stayed around for the ‘shopping’ presentation which mainly was trying to convince us to buy diamonds! ...

New Orleans.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Jan 17, 2015

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... as our guide. That changed last minute to Jerry. Jerry had German heritage. Why is there German heritage in New Orleans? Back when they were settling in New Orleans they found they did not know how to farm. Germans were brought over to farm the land. They were all put up on the opposite side of the river to what is known as the French quarter today. There is your piece of history for the day. The tour was interesting enough and Jerry provided some local inside ...

Hi Y'all from Nola!

A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Nov 24, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... and visited the historic Cemetery. The history and architecture is wonderful. Yesterday we went to the Hurricane Katrina museum which was very poignant and reminded us of the resilience of the New Orleans people.

The music is wonderful and the food is good although super sized! It is true what they say about Southern hospitality. Every corner of the 75 blocks of the French Quarter has something interesting to see ...

Onwards and Upwards

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 13, 2014

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... guide did this, and then even fed them. Alligators like sweet foods, so they got clumps of marshmallows as a treat. The guide then put a mini hotdog on a stick, and got the gators to jump up to grab it! One of the gators was totally cute though because he had lost his right arm in a fight. Apparently gators can repair pretty much any little injury to their bodies, and this guy didnt even have a stump it was straight flesh. Tough little fellas. ...

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