Twilights on the Lake

Address: 1943 Lake Shore Drive, Mandeville, Louisiana, 70448, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1943 Lake Shore Drive, Mandeville, is near Fontainebleau State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Mandeville

Missionary Send Off

A travel blog entry by mwanamission on Jul 26, 2015

... 80s sounds good since we have upper 90s with heat index of over 100 in Louisiana. However, according to the weather channel, it should be in the 70s and low in the 50s the week we arrive, that sounds even better!

Jan texted Heidi another list of more things to bring including some Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning to teach them how to make ...

Mobile, Biloxi, and New Orleans

A travel blog entry by klbrown on Feb 01, 2015

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... centre is in a beautiful restored building and has an excellent self guided tour that takes you through the settling and development of Biloxi. We then did a short walking tour of historic downtown Biloxi. The city was a thriving seafood Center by the 1890s and many immigrants moved to work in the industry. Next was New Orleans. An unusual and interesting city and just happened to be Mardi ...

New Orleans-Biloxi-Bellingrath Gardens-Mobile

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 27, 2014

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... across for the first time to McDonalds. The other options for the restaurants were too much, I couldn't stomach a full meal, I'm already ballooning out of control. Andrew felt like a burger so Andrew had a quarter pounder and I had chicken club burger which was nice, it had onion, bacon and salads in a brioche bun. It is quite muggy but the clouds are coming over so the air conditioning was welcoming. We loaded back into the bus at 1.15 pm. We travelled back to our ...

New Orleans in July

A travel blog entry by laura421 on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment

... but that is another story. Because our seats weren't even together, we were kindly upgraded to exit row seats. Thank you, Delta! The flights to New Orleans were easy and uneventful; there were no highjackers, and only a few crying babies, luckily seated several rows away from where we were. One of the main reasons I wanted to go to New Orleans, besides never having been there, was to see my middle brother whom I hadn't seen in ages; he was ...

Way down yonder in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 62 photos

... place and, yet again, different from every other place we have been in the USA. It still hasn't recovered from Katrina and some say it will never be the same again. We can't compare but what is here now is charming and brimmed with surprises. Although the six lane highways in and out are busy, the heart is tranquil, in terms of traffic at least. The public transport system, like all others, needs to be understood. We rode a variety of streetcars but none was named Desire. ...

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