La Dauphine B&B

2316 Dauphine St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | Hotel
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I fucking love this city so much. It's a blast.

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91


... to observe a Sunday mass. It was quite interesting. Everybody knelt before the priest who was giving mass. There was bible readings, teachings, prayers and songs. It was actually quite beautiful. Americans are very religious, particularly in the south.

For the rest of today (late afternoon) Gus and I are hanging out at the hostel and chilling with others. We will probably have a few beers soon and then head to Frenchman st. This street has been recommended by ...

Swamp People

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake


... oaks were planted in the early 18th century prior to the house being built. All the tour guides were dressed up in period costumes. We were taken through the house, into each of the rooms and told stories about the history of the plantation and the owners over the years. There were still many original objects in the house.

The Oak Alley foundation was opened by the last owner to live in the house - Josephine Stewart and when she died the ...

Destination Attained... Cocaine Bengiets

A travel blog entry by thespeck


... entertained, I am. Beginning to feel peckish we headed to Jackson Square where I scouted quickly and gave reccomendations to everyone of where they should grab a bite to eat. Tyler filled his mouth with sausage, Polly and Caroline went to Antoine's booth and got the butter beans and the stewed chicken and grits respectively and I, remembering the turtle soup from last year again stopped at the Court of 2 Sisters for more of the same. We ate our lunch, sharing the ...

A most extraordinary experience in New Orleans!

A travel blog entry by paulandginny


... Marla had her home. She had used the money she made from her house insurance and was able to buy the campground from her father. Her son is rebuilding Marla's old house for himself. When we headed into New Orleans French Quarter, everywhere you looked there were interesting looking buildings, live statues, entertainers, and weirdly dressed people playing music on the streets, and in every bar. The cacophony of sounds was incredible. There were ...

Day 46 - New Orleans - Rain, rain and more rain

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


Woke up to more rain this morning but decided to venture out and explore the city. It's still very warm so too hot to wear an anorak or jeans so we walked around in the rain in shorts and flip flops. Walked down Bourbon Street and were surprised to see it's just as busy in the day as it was last night with loads of people on the streets outside the bars drinking. Must be a ...

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This hotel, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, The Old U.S. Mint, and Chartres Street.
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