Clarion Grand Boutique Hotel

Address: 2001 St. Charles Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70310, United States | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... end of Canal Street to get there, but sounds really good. There’s apparently lots of live bands (I think Ronny said seven stages), 50 food stalls (all better and cheaper than the restaurants in the Quarter), $2 beers, $3 mixed drinks, and all for a $20 entry fee. He also recommended Frenchmans Street which is where the locals tend to hang out as it’s a lot cheaper than the Quarter. Sounds like my Friday’s already planned out for me.

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      Day 14 - New Orleans, Louisiana.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 03, 2014

      ... all of the shipping going in and out of America, making them very wealthy. They came to battle with New Orleans in 1815, the battle lasted 40 minutes and due to the fact Britain had lost 2000 soldiers they surrendered and retreated back down the river. The Americans won and only lost around 20 men because they had built barriers 15feet wide and 20feet deep, the other things they had in their favour were the swamps, water and the sugar plantation field was knee high deep with ...

      New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Aug 27, 2014

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      ... I was reminded of part of the book Gone with the Wind where Rhett and Scarlet have their honeymoon. At Pat O'Brien's Alli, Sharni and I all ordered a hurricane. This drink was a $8 and almost enough to last a night with four shots of rum in it. Much dancing ensued with many necklaces of beads everywhere - very much a New Orleans tourist tradition. The next day we hit up the graveyard or cities of dead and yes, I am 100% serious. The second grave yard ...

      Funky New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by natalie.j95 on Jul 12, 2014

      You can't deny it: New Orleans oozes character! From the colourful buildings to the quirky French Quarter, New Orleans is unlike anywhere else. We arrived at our hotel (more like a motel) on Sat evening and went to dinner at a funky little joint with live music, great food, a fancy feel about it and low prices - great! We had Sunday ...

      French Market and a Tarot reading

      A travel blog entry by andrewcockerill on Jun 11, 2014

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      ... and what ever mumbo jumbo they talked about was of no interest to me, so we continued walking around the area and found a great alternative clothing store that had a purple paisley shirt that looked like it was made for me, so we got it, and our fourth suitcase. Then it was to a hot sauce store. I sampled a couple of the harbonjero sauces, but then Bec challenged me to try the ghost chilli sauce, so I said I ...