Biscuit Palace Guest House

730 Dumaine, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel
 

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N'Awlins

A travel blog entry by jblackert

23

... beads at the passerby’s below. If you weren’t careful you were bound to get hit by these thick plastic rockets. A few homeless men sat in the corner of one of the cross sections asking for “anything goes.” People dressed in Mardi Gras garb, Spongebob costumes, and some others in barely any clothing at all took to the streets for entertainment. As we walked past a club my attention was suddenly directed to a hidden bar shark hoping to get me ...

Brer Rabbit and The Tar Baby

A travel blog entry by jott086

8

... ancestors also came from France to Quebec to Natchitoches Parrish in Louisiana. Found on ancestry that Willie-Guillaume Duparc married Gratis Sevigny (my maiden name) late in the 1800's whether this is relevant or not I don't know.

Laura Plantation was the source for Bret Rabbit and Tat Baby which is a Senegalese story brought by the slaves. A student of folklore recorded these stories as told to him by the slaves. In French they are: Complain Lapin (Bret ...

N'allins

A travel blog entry by libbycav

1
9

... Frenchman Street where in the space of a couple of blocks there are lots of venues where you can eat, drink and listen to great music. The exchange home itself is a marvel - built in 1835 and it has been renovated magnificently but is very comfortable. There are seven of us here but there is plenty of room and we are all happy.
We haven't been to Bourbon St yet - it seems to have dropped off the Tourist Information lists, ...

Well... There goes my budget

A travel blog entry by rplester

9

... plant in the world. Fun fact: it produces 16 million pounds of refined sugar a day.

After that ended I went off to find some food and ended up on a second floor patio for the first time in New Orleans. My roast beef and gravy Po' Boy sandwich was delicious and I managed to finish most of it. After the food it was time for some more Bourbon Street madness. Once I got to Bourbon Street it was a tough drinking decision to choose between ...

It Ain't All Sunshine and Rainbows

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin

2

... lift our spirits, she was quickly informed that visiting hours were over so she had to leave. Then 6:00p passed by, then 7:00p passed by and around 7:30p we went to talk to a new nurse on duty. He informed us that they just got the transfer processed and it would only be another 10 min. or so before we were headed upstairs. After we sat down a police officer escorted a young man in to the bed next to us. This was not unusual as about ⅓ ...

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This hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Bourbon Street, New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum, Cafe Lafitte in Exile, and Bourbon French Parfums.
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    Biscuit Palace Guest House, French Quarter
    New Orleans, United States