The Olivier Estate - A Bed and Breakfast

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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Back In The Day

A travel blog entry by jott086 on Jun 01, 2014

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... real southern bell. She had the accent, manner and soft voice which was once intrinsic to this area.

We also saw an alligator which had a run in with hi-way traffic and met it's demise. I wanted Emile to stop so we could get some tail steaks for dinner. Alas he refused to do so. Instead we had shake and bake chicken. A whole fryer costs about 5 dollars. I remember being shocked when I returned to Canada ...

The Big Easy: New Orleans

A travel blog entry by louwish on Apr 10, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... list. It's full of history, personality and colour and music. The buildings are beautiful as they are all protected so no-one can change their outward facade without say so from the city. A bit like London, it's a city which has escaped from fires, war and more recently hurricane, the scars of which are evident both in the rebuilding and the people (who talk about Katrina all the time, it will obviously take them a long time to recover from the horrors). ...

On the road to N'awlins

A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 21, 2014

15 photos

... scene perfectly. We bought our tickets and walked through the landscaped gardens ringed with pecan trees, to first visit a recreation of the slave quarters as they would have been at the height of the plantations’ reign. The original slave quarters had been demolished but the owners of the plantation had used historical documents and images in order to build model huts which told the stories of some of the slaves and their lives. The huts also served as ...

Well... There goes my budget

A travel blog entry by rplester on Mar 08, 2014

9 photos

... Jester" billed as the world's strongest drink and "The Hand grenade" billed as New Orleans' strongest drink. After much deliberation I chose the "Jester" drink based on the fact it came with a cooler novelty cup. I then met up with an old friend from college (hey Claire!). And we drank into the wee hours of the night.

Interestingly 3-11 is a band quite popular in the New Orleans area so each year they throw a massive concert on March ...

Big Easy, Bigger Fun

A travel blog entry by ukcat on Jan 30, 2014

39 photos

... didn’t drive our car until the last day, using our feet or the Hop on – Hop off tourist bus to get around.

Our first afternoon was spent getting to know the area, taking a long walk in the French Quarter, making our one and only trip down Bourbon Street and getting our palates initiated for New Orleans cooking by eating at the Le Bayou Oyster Bar. A walk back to the RV ...

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