Rue Dumaine Guesthouse

Address: 517 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Louisiana Music Factory, Jackson Brewery, Washington Artillery Park, and Madame John's Legacy.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Faster to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Dec 18, 2014

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... a beautiful simplicity about it. The stained glass is wonderful as is the paintings on the ceiling above the main aisle. I really did enjoy the interior of the church. It was great that there was a Christmas Oregon recital this day at 6 p.m. so after more sightseeing and a rest at the hotel we came back to listen to the wonderful concert. The organist was Karol Mossakowski a 24 year old from Poland. The performance was very good. The ...

Road to New Orleans - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 23, 2014

... though from the cackling and cohorts it could have easily been a hen's shower. There are other couples and people sitting at the bar. It's a wine bar open all the way around with views out into and across the streets. We sit in the window and the bartender brings us a food and a WINE list. I wasn't getting my hopes up. I love wine, but America isn't that well known for great wine. The menu was great. The tapas are more like entree's and the pizza snack on pita ...

Howsyomomanyem?

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 06, 2014

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... and the closest I can compare it to is it's like a prawn laksa, only the spices are a bit different. We wander around for a bit but the heat here is incredibly oppressive, it is so humid that sweat just runs off you as soon as you walk out the door. We see the Mississippi and we think we see the spot where they scatter family member's ashes into the river on Fat Tuesday. It is here we have our first practice on the locals with our newly learned vernacular, to much amusement ...

Segway, at last

A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Jul 21, 2014

My husband has always wanted to do a Segway tour but I am too uncoordinated!
So he took one while I was at my conference. I can't report on it since I wasn't there but he enjoyed it.

On my way home from the conference I walked into an arrest being made on Dauphine St. ...

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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... Also, New Orleans is literally surrounded by epic water bodies in the form of swamp land and lakes. The city itself is actually built on top of a swamp and is sinking at a rate of 8ft per 100 years. This causes roads to warp and buildings to sink as well. Apparently if you dig 6ft under, you will hit water. (This is also the reason that New Orleans' cemeteries are famous, they have above ground tombs, and because it's always so hot and humid here, a single body ...

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