Antebellum Guest House

1333 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, United States | Hotel
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The Old Man Called It

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... located in a normally quiet residential street not too far from the city centre. There’s been a few more heavy rainshowers, but the sky is definitely brightening. A few beers downed with a few more at the ready, face masks on, sacks of beads ripped open and beads hung over arms, the marching bands strike up and we’re off. But unfortunately the rain isn’t! Over the next two hours or more of our parade through the streets, through the Garden District and ...

New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad


... but his bride preferred the city life of New Orleans. She agreed to accompany him if he built her mansion where she could entertain and have people to stay. The homestead is three storeys high and beautifully restored.
An interesting bit of trivia - some of the beds have carvings of pineapples on the main supports. Pineapples were a symbol of hospitality and when guests stayed overnight (and often for many weeks at a time) a sliced pineapple was served to ...

Day 150 - Airboat swamp tour

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

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... of him kissing a gator that's coming up out of the water, he also admitted to being bitten 35 times but never lost a limb of finger. He told us the gators don't feed this time of year, that you could throw a juicy steak in front of them and they wouldn't even care for it. He even proved it by using what they call "gator crack" which is marshmallows, gators go crazy for marshmallows and over the years with the tours going out in feeding season they ...

Down in the Treme, Just Me and My Baby

A travel blog entry by likakana82


... just in time to get a Go-cup for the show.

Preservation Hall was definitely a highlight of our trip. And I'm glad we shelled out for the VIP tickets. We saw Shannon Powell and the show was terrific. The only downside is that it is over too soon (they only played 4 songs and the 45 minute set was over). It left us wanting more...

Luckily, we knew the Treme Brass Band was playing at dba on Frenchman so we
hightailed it over there. When we ...

Day 290-295 30th July-4 August LOUISIANA

A travel blog entry by beyersandlisa


... Our first taste of Deep South food, and it did not disappoint. The restaurant we went to was called Oceana and is just off Bourbon Street. The food was fantastic, but not cheap.

After dinner we went for a walk down to the Mississippi River, stopping along the way to check out a chocolate shop. The chocolate was all very expensive and European, and being from Europe, the most interesting thing in there was the girl that worked there. We stood ...

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This hotel, located in the Mid-City area of New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans African-American Museum, Miss Celie's Spa, and Mother-in-Law Lounge.
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