Marvilla Guest House

Address: 2013 Claiborne Street, Mandeville, Louisiana, 70448, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2013 Claiborne Street, Mandeville, is near Fontainebleau State Park.
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    A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... came back for what I am calling “2nd shower”. It is HOT HOT HOT. And not just regular Florida hot. It has its own brand of humid here. I have never sweat so much in all my life. OMG. And it just doesn't dry when you sweat. My hair is soaked and won't dry. I have kept it up in a barrette every day. I tried to put it down but it lasts like an hour and I just can't stand it. I also noticed I am not ...

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

    A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91 on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... 1 year to decompose, after a customary period of 1 year and 1 day the lid is lifted and another body put on top. Pretty crazy, huh) New Orleans has several drainage channels and giant pumps that pump water out of the city. The main reason katrina demolished New Orleans wasn't necessarily the 350kmh winds. It was more the fact that the storm itself caused a lot of the water from the Gulf of Mexico to rise and push over towards New Orleans. This caused the protective ...

    New Orleans day 2

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 02, 2014

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    ... out to open it up to a band, and the venue expected everyone who wanted to stay to pay the cover, $25, which was a joke. I was already inside. So while this girl was arguing the loss of her stool to the bouncer and how she didn't want to move, I left. As soon as I got outside, there were bands on the street, and so many people watching that cars were blasting their horns as they tried to move up the roadway. The atmosphere was better out here then inside. The band broke up and people ...

    Days 4 - 6: new orleans

    A travel blog entry by brianbruan on Feb 25, 2014

    ... thinking of food and a cafe to read and write. I pass by a gallery store and back track to check it out, what a find, rare lithograph prints by the likes of joan miro and dali, even a toulouse loutrec stood beside the washroom door. The girl working there was eager to make conversation, which at first i was not feeling because i wanted to look and focus on the prints. However halfway through the gallery, it was clear that she was bored and envious of the freedom of ...

    Cajun Country...folks, food, & music

    A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Jan 26, 2014


    Spent 2 nights in Chicot SP north of Ville Platte...north of Opelousas for those of you who know LA geography. If you don't, never mind! You did see the photos of snow, so you get the idea. Couldn't keep the water connected because it was below freezing. But that's OK, the guy across the way couldn't get the motor on his boat started to go out and get the fish off the line he had set earlier. That was unfortunate for us because he had ...