Marquette House New Orleans International Hostel
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8th November 2013
Start: Red Roof Inn, Mobile North, 33 I65 Service Road East, Mobile, Alabama
Finish: Marquette House, 2249 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, Louisiana
Well today was a non-stop 2 and a half hour drive to our destination. We left at 9:30am, giving us plenty of time to get to our pre- …
We spent 12-16th January in New Orleans and we are so glad we went. It was never a part of our USA trip as we were only going to visit family and friends but it turned out we had four days to kill between Atlanta and Texas and Louisiana is on the way so it would have been rude not to! Thanks to Stan who we had just stayed with in …
I made it!! Finally!! A Dream come true...New Orleans!!
I left Portland early in the morning under cloud and light rain. After a 3.5 hour transit in Houston, I arrived in muggy, thunderstormy, hot and sultry New Orleans. It was incredible - the smell reminded me of the tropics...the wet earth smell rising up. Oooooh, I was happy to be here …
Well I'm not really sure what just hit me! Stepping off the Amtrak train I appear to have been blindsided by a much larger, musically charged storm of jambalaya, jazz and drinking.
New Orleans, or as the southern accent dictates N'awlins, is one hell of a city. Built around a coming together of everyone- a fusion of European with African …
Unlike most of the other places I can think of, you don't 'visit' New Orleans. You ingest it, if at all possible mixed with two parts water, four parts rum and five parts vodka. Just add a bit of ice, some lime, and - as the locals say - laissez les bons temps rouler. Indeed, this ubiqutous catchphrase (spoken with such an accent - bon temps is …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarquette House New Orleans International Hostel
In a beautiful part of town, but filled with strays who are down and out on their luck - the courtyard filled with drunks from morning till night, and the building and beds and everything are in urgent need of repair
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