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, Madame John's Legacy, and Farmer's Market.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Boats and Bourbon

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 25, 2014

... illuminated and lines of steam rose out of them each time he played a key. We were treated to old standards, including the Chattanooga Choochoo, albeit in a very high pitched, almost ear-piercing squeal!

We boarded the boat and made our way to the bar to enjoy our complimentary cocktails (we ...

Hand grenades and shark attacks

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jul 01, 2014

... It was a soup/stew of fish which had a really gloppy consistency! After dinner the fun began! We hit "tropical isle" a bar which is famous for its hand grenades and shark attacks. The hand grenade is a tall glass filled with .... God knows what... Making up 95% alcohol... That drink was deadly! I did however make it through two, not sure it went so well with my wine from dinner. The shark attack was a great drink.... Purely for the fact every time was ordered the ...

Cajun Country & the Vieux Carre

A travel blog entry by ourvenus on May 17, 2014

3 comments, 29 photos

... I think walking is probably the way to go. I will say that with Hurricane Katrina a lot of the roads are still in need of repair. We couldn't believe the pot holes, ripples and uneven pavement. I guess the horses don't mind?

Jackson Square represents the most historical part of New Orleans. We'll leave the historical importance of the square up to you folks. From the river the square leads into the ...

NO Jazz Festival Day 1

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 26, 2014

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... we leave) and a sazerac cocktail (bourbon, bitters, absinth and fruit juice).
Afterwards we walked along to Frenchman Street where all the clubs playing live music, but it was pretty crowded, so we came back to a cafe on Decatur and had expressos and southern comfort and chocolate and peanut butter cookies.
Ian wanted to get a take away sazerac but couldn't find one in any of the "cocktails to go" places, so we just came back.
In a short while the man will be ...

The Old Man Called It

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Feb 23, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... bars and downing large quantities of oysters. We take time out between bars to catch a few beads and also to check out our float and our assigned stations on the float. True to form, Bill has made sure that our stations are well stocked with beads (we have around 2000 strings each to throw) as well as sundry other items – soft toys, doubloons, and “exploding towels”, whatever they are! The theme of our float (one of around 20 in our parade) is ...

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