Rathbone Mansions

Address: 1244 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel
 
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      Streetcar Travel

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 04, 2014

      85 photos

      ... approaching. We stepped from the streetcar to a deafening thunder clap. We did have our umbrella this time. (something we should have had in the cemetery to give us some shade). So we wandered along the pond to the left of the museum and then into the Besthoff sculpture garden. Wow. It was way nicer and more extensive than I expected. And did I mention FREE. Great little stroll. We then made our way around the back of the ...

      USA Part 4 - New Orleans, Florida and 4th July

      A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 22, 2014

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      Plantation and Swamp

      A travel blog entry by niccis on May 11, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... the money. They had six children and only three survived from yellow fever. The son Henri was given the plantation to run once he became of age unfortunately even as successful as he was, his mother Celina had run them into that much debt the plantation was auctioned off. The second notable owners were the last residents to live on the plantations, Andrew and Josephine Stewart. Sadly, the owners before them could not maintain the upkeep and in the 1920's ...

      Who says you have to see Jazz Fest?

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 13, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... on “neutral ground” and settled their differences. 8. Muffaletta (a sandwich on round or long bread) and Po’ Boys, the latter so named because during the Depression food was scare and this was a sandwich created with meat stuffed into it because it was relatively cheap. 9. A Cajun dance party 10. The Acadians from Nova Scotia were an early influence in the city. If you say Acadian in a lazy way you’ll hear the “dian” part ...

      On the road to N'awlins

      A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... being neatly prised off. It seems our night-time visitor had been hungry and had demolished the remains of any discarded tuna sandwiches and crisps. We consulted, and decided that if it had been a bear, we’d have heard the bin being broken into and it probably would have sustained damage (plus we’d have hopefully seen signs in the park warning about bears and bear boxes would have been provided). We therefore came to the conclusion that it was a big ...