Royal Barracks Guest House

Address: 717 Barracks Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Beauregard-Keyes House, Old Ursuline Convent, Lalaurie Mansion, and Gallier House.
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    Day 3: New Orleans cont.

    A travel blog entry by jshoopster on May 19, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... a little more. And that gets me to last night.

    Sean’s Dad so graciously decided to drive us into the city and dropped us off at Frenchman Street where we hoped to enjoy some of New Orleans finest Jazz music and bars. Of course only a minute after Mr. McGoey dropped us off Kamal realized that he forgot his wallet and will be without his ID or money for the evening. Luckily for us New Orleans didn’t seem to care much in the way of asking ...

    I fought the rain, and the rain won?

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... with Lillian Boutte and the Gumbo Zaire. At this time they realized they had once again missed the Crawfish Eating Compitition. That seems to happen every year. The bassist for Gumbo Zaire was great, chomping his way through the music and really the highlight of the band, not to say that the keyboardist and the drummer were less skilled but he felt like the focal point.

    Lillian Boutte and Gumbo Zaire- On the musical scene for more than 30 years, Lillian ...

    Louisiana & Texas

    A travel blog entry by janlodge on Feb 15, 2015

    11 photos

    ... tacos and the cheese quesadilla were especially good. After a day in Dallas we decided to head west towards Fort Worth which houses the only year-round indoor Rodeo arena in the world. It was a no-brainer that we had to see young people on horsebacks chasing bulls or cattle. That's entertainment baby! At $17 a ticket the 2.5h long show was a bargain. Next to the actual performances it was also interesting to see 3000 people ...

    Day 5 New Orleans (Monday)

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 05, 2015

    10 photos

    ... designated car driver; Anne drives the buggy! We drove back to Three Rivers Island, stopping at Brian’s Supermarket to buy provisions for our cottage. The range of novel and unusual foods was fascinating - spray-on butter, cans of cookie dough, tubs of pink parfait, massive 3kg cans of beans etc, but almost no fresh vegetables or fruit. The young checkout girls were intrigued with our accents and engaged Jenn in a long chat. We got ...


    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 06, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Americans. It is a melting pot of free peoples, natives, slaves, descendants of slaves, moneyed peoples, poor people and people of many different cultures and customs. There is creole (blend of birth origin) and Cajun (shortened from Acadian who were French exiled from Nova Scotia), Native American, Spanish and French influences here in all the cooking, music and customs and it is a city like no other in the world. It is a fascinating history and very different to the stories ...