Lafitte Guest House

Address: 1003 Bourbon St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near French Quarter, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop and Bar, Bloody Mary's Tours, and Le Monde Creole Tour.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lafitte Guest House New Orleans

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Russian military tracks cross border into Ukraine

A travel blog entry by july2lung on Jan 17, 2015

... Western governments have long accused Russia of filtering arms and men across the border to fuel the separatist insurgency in Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions, but such an incident has never before been witnessed by Western journalists. The convoy, which included at least 23 vehicles, appeared to be waiting until sunset near a refugee camp just outside Donetsk, before moving towards the crossing without turning off headlights or making any other attempt to conceal ...

Weekend in the Big Easy - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 25, 2014

We woke at 11.00am, but the room was nice and dark. If you sleep in light room, then get yourself some killer drapes that block out the light. It's so important to sleep in the dark, if you want a good night's sleep or if you can stand them wear an eye mask. Jeans and t-shirts, the weather was stompingly hot and the car said it was 89F outside. We took the Mustang topless for a ride into the city. The freeway in New Orleans was crazy with people going 80+ mph and changing ...

New Awlins - Say what?!

A travel blog entry by reids on Oct 01, 2014

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... Adventures head office in the middle of the swamps and saw immediately that they had alligators indoors there, one of which was an albino one. Neither Vaughan or I had ever seen one and it was quite freaky to see.

Our guide finally called us over and since we had booked and paid for the small tour group there was only 6 of us on the boat so once again Vaughan and I were front and centre. Our guide was really rough around the edges and told it like it ...

All That Jazz

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 26, 2014

... letter from me, just won't update their website, despite numerous requests from the hotel!

However, we received excellent directions from the concierge, who we then went on the have a long chat with. This is another thing we have noticed about the Deep South. The people here are incredibly interested in your stories and on sharing theirs with you too. We learned about his travels in the UK and the hotspots of our forthcoming destinations. He was a true southern gent! By ...

N'Awlins

A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 23, 2014

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... on a wild and crazy Monday evening). I am hoping there may be an opportunity in the future to revisit the soggy swamp bottoms and be enlightened with the historical aspect and architecture.

While on the road out of town I was dedicated to keeping myself busy with the lingo of New Orleans. I kept seeing signs declaring “Geaux Tigers” (for LSU athletics) and the overuse of “Faux Pas” on billboards. Having a bit of French knowledge (one ...