Terrell House Bed and Breakfast

1441 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | 3 star hotel
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Hand grenades and shark attacks

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

... van and heading for New Orleans. On our arrival we were shown to our town house where most of us had a room between two and the reminder were in the attic room together. We had time for showers then grouped together again and Clara have is a waking your or New Orleans, deposited never having been there herself! After the tour we went to the Gumbo Shop which was the restaurant we ate in. I felt obliged to try the gumbo which was ok but I don't know if I'd rush to eat ...

The Big Easy...

A travel blog entry by bradndad2014 on Apr 27, 2014

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... few beers. By the end of the trip, our Trolley Dolly, Danny was sneaking us free drinks :)
It turns out there is a large Jazz festival on in New Orleans this weekend. (no wonder I had trouble finding accommodation). Get this !! The likes of Eric Clapton, Bruce Springstien, Christina Aguilera, John Fogerty and many many more.... $55.00 / day over 4 days....
Damn it !, If only I had known, I could have easily organised the trip around ...

The Big Easy

A travel blog entry by marcher1234 on Mar 22, 2014

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... NZ to an older couple behind us from Illinois that were travelling in an RV & turned put to be staying at the same camp ground as us. The man got hustled by a clever quick talking shoe shiner passing by. Dinner was great & beers were cheap. The day was an absolute sensory overload of old buildings, colour, people, good & bad smells, jazz, alternative music, paintings, delicious tastes, street performers etc. We took loads ...

New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 13, 2014

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... dropping past Oak Alley Plantation on the way through. Oak Alley is a 45 minute drive west of New Orleans and is a restored homestead from the 1800's when slaves were used to work the cotton/sugar cane plantation for the wealthy owners. We had been recommended to visit this particular place and it was also high on the list of places to see when in New Orleans.
The house itself was built in the 1800's by a rich plantation owner who wanted to return to ...

Super Bowl!!!

A travel blog entry by jjmeef on Feb 02, 2014

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... of the bayou, which in the past has provided natural protection against hurricanes. Much of the damage to the bayous was done in the 1800s by plantation owners and their slaves building levees to protect the land from rising waters.

After the movie we walked to the American Sports Saloon on Decatur Street ready for the SUPER BOWL! Pretty excited to be here for this massive American event. The game didn't start for a few hours, so ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Little Buck Island, Bluebeard's Tower, Skyline Drive, and Great St. James.
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