La Maison Bleu Guest House

4333 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70119, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

I fucking love this city so much. It's a blast.

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91


... out and had crawfish stew for dinner, and then got absolutely lost in the beautiful, soulful jazz and blues clubs. The music was just astonishingly absorbing, the people on stage oozed talent I've never seen before. They were mostly black men with one white person on stage too. We ended up staying out very late just listening to great music, meeting people, looking at local street art and taking in the experience that is the big easy. The two best clubs were blue Nile, and ...

Swamp People

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake


... used in the filming of Django Unchained.

Our tour of the Laura Plantation was a bit more interesting than Oak Alley. Our guide was a fat Jonah Hill look alike and he made the tour factual but funny and laidback at the same time. Formerly the Duparc Plantation, Laura was renamed after one of the past owners (the 4th mistress to be exact) of the plantation. It was built on 1805 and is one of the only plantations with ...

Destination Attained... Cocaine Bengiets

A travel blog entry by thespeck


... is anything but a museum piece. Their voices melt together,their band really kicks, and they get the audience smiling and swaying in the timelessness that is the joy of music.

The sisters were good background as we relaxed and ate. Polly was still hungry and wandered off to find something else to eat. He returned with a shrimp and crawdad remoulade that was accompanied with an eggroll laced with delicious spicy Chinese mustard. Polly was beginning to show the ...

A most extraordinary experience in New Orleans!

A travel blog entry by paulandginny


... the flooding of the river which replenished the flood plane with silt. Over time the level of the land dropped to below sea level. The canals were built in the 30's and after 45, which brought inland sea water thereby killing all the vegetation which prevented flooding. The Eco system was massively disrupted, human settlements were more exposed to the ravages of hurricanes. The museum also had a very good presentation of Katrina, and showed ...

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

A travel blog entry by neensandpete


... French Market and then got the free Canal Street ferry over the Mississippi River to Algiers and back again to get a view of downtown and keep us entertained for an hour to so. It's forecast to rain tomorrow again and we found out there is a big NFL game on so we bought tickets as neither of us have ever been to an American Football game before plus it will keep us amused in the ...


This hotel, located in the Esplanade Ridge area of New Orleans, is near New Orleans Museum of Art, Rock 'n' Bowl, Storyland, and New Orleans Botanical Gardens.
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TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison Bleu Guest House New Orleans

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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