Ronstrom Weysham's Mansion

524 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by greenc14

... documented WWII and was narrated by Tom Hanks. It was a really cool documentary which included letters from soldiers and press correspondents. We then decided to go on a historical bike tour on NOLA. The second we got there it started raining but we still wanted to go on the tour. Our guide Sara (i'm not making all these Sara(h)'s up, I swear) was from NOLA and about ten minutes in she asked us if we wanted to go back ...

New Orleans day 3

A travel blog entry by tpress29


... it. The music was wafting in on the breeze as I sat here. Erin left to ready herself and Will spoke to me of food. He was trying to describe a food called a Po-boy. He struggled. He said it was like a French roll and you can get different types of meats in it. But he just couldn't describe it in a way I understood, he barely tried though he wanted to. Real southern food he said, they were given to poor workers during the depression. I was curious as to what this food was ...


A travel blog entry by billnpat


... serendipity" event... about halfway along Royal Street we came across a jazz quintet set up unofficially in the middle of the road called "Doreen's Jazz New Orleans". We could have missed it as there were other mediocre unofficial groups, but this turned out to be the best jazz we have ever heard. It was led by Doreen Ketchens, a 30 something black woman on clarinet and vocals, with her husband Lawrence on sousaphone, a drummer and guitar picker, and a fantastic young man ...

Valentine's Day Done Right!

A travel blog entry by 2kids1map


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We found Tanya and Doris that day..Astride had told us that Royal street was her favorite and her favorite street performers were here… We were walking down the street to find Acme, an oyster bar for dinner when we heard the most amazing music we had heard all day..sure enough it was them…We sat and watched them daily..They were absolutely breath taking, and brought your entire body, mind and soul into an emotional zen like state..We ...

Day 5. Scooby Doo where are you?

A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis


... ultimately, the freed blacks. The Spanish were also laying claim to the area, so the cuisine developed into the Cajun/creole that it is today. It is predominately catfish, alligator, chicken, pork and vegetables such as tomatoes, capsicum, courgette and spinach. Deep fried, stews and gravy's with spices and flavours such as paprika, chilli, tobasco, Worcester sauce, oreganum and olives.


This hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, The Old U.S. Mint, and Palm Court Jazz Cafe.
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