Mar Villa Guesthouse

2013 Claiborne Street, Mandeville, Louisiana, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2013 Claiborne Street, Mandeville, is near Fontainebleau State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Mandeville

Cajun Country...folks, food, & music

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Jan 26, 2014


... and the subject of gumbo came up; I said I had almost gone over there after they retired for the night and checked to see if there was anything left in the pot. What could the poor guy do but offer us a taste? That taste turned into a container enough for 2 meals! Incidentally, their version of gumbo is Cajun-style...includes smoked pork, hen, sausage, the usual seasonings/onions/peppers, and hard-boiled eggs.

We wanted to get ...

To New Orleans

A travel blog entry by paulanfran on Nov 11, 2013

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... over massive long bridges over swamplands & lakes. We've managed over the last couple of days to spot a number of raccoons and even a hedgehog we think, all road kill of course! Cute little robbers they may be, apparently not so good with the road sense! On arrival in New Orleans we checked into the Provincial Hotel, housed in beautiful old buildings in the heart of the historic French Quarter. Later we found out that ...

Welcome to the Big Easy

A travel blog entry by sharileane on Jul 01, 2013

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... costumes. And was it worth it...most definitely. We got to see up close and personal how a float is designed and then brought to life, from simple Styrofoam to paper mache to paint and lights. I must say...most parades that I go to lately are somewhat disappointing. There isn't much candy throwing and certainly no "floats" or costumes. A Mardi Gras parade hadn't been on my top 10 list of things to see....but after seeing these amazing creations....I ...

Day 4: New Orleans, Louisianna

A travel blog entry by mcgale18 on Mar 04, 2013

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... plants. Most of the city of New Orleans was ruined from Hurricane Katrina. The city was entirely flooded and many people were killed and homes lost. Business's and homes were torn apart. The best part of New Orleans was the Mardi Gras and the colourful costumes. When we went to bed I could hear howling in the wind and I instantly thought of the ...

Fontainebleau State Park

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Mar 01, 2013

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... predicted to get colder in the next few days at night near freezing. This is not normal for this part of the country but high 80’s are predicted for next week.

We drove interstate 10 west most of the way before we got on 12 that bypasses New Orleans for about ten miles. If you are ever traveling this way you must stop at the Welcome Centers for Florida, MS and LA. Not only are the ...

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