Hotel de L'Eau Vive

Address: 315 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near S.S. Natchez, Harrah's Casino, Entergy IMAX Theatre, and Haunted Houses.
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    Day 18 - New Orleans - Segways and Pelicans

    A travel blog entry by smartattack on Mar 29, 2015

    13 photos

    ... because Greig agreed!

    The tour provided so much information about New Orleans; it's hauntings, the buildings, the flooding and of course it's detailed history. If you ever go to New Orleans you must do the Segway tour - even the walking tour groups looked jealous! Learning so much about New Orleans today just fuelled my interest for the city.

    The afternoon was spent at an NBA game...apparently we are New Orleans Pelicans fans ...

    The Many Faces of Louisiana

    A travel blog entry by pete_linda on Feb 24, 2015

    31 photos

    ... of the Battle of New Orleans in the center of the square.  Such a beautiful building and park, even in the gloomy rain.  There is also a shiny gold statue at the end of the French Quarter on  Decatur St. that honors Joan of Arc, Maid of New Orleans.  Streets are all one way and very narrow.  There is public parking available and it is quite expensive.  The famous Bourbon Street is three blocks from Jackson Square.  It is one of the ...

    Weekend in the Big Easy

    A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 24, 2014

    ... these tall green bulbous flasks that were a local drink called a hand grenade. From reviews and what I'd read about Bourbon Street I must say my first impressions were quite different. Some people had written the place stank of vomit and horse mess, but whilst I did later see a pile of horse poo courtesy of the local Police who ride them, it was fresh and not offensive at all. No more than the cuban cigar I had going. The streets weren't muddy either, but a lot ...

    The American trip

    A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... about says it all. Big thanks to Retreat in Reddish! I'm here to tell readers that Atlanta staff in the airport are the friendliest souls on gods green earth and that the beer traders should be wearing striped jumpers and mask, because they are robbing gits. 30 dollar rounds. Also worth a mention , the excellent Delta airlines. Our nine hour flight was regularly punctuated with good food and ridiculously generous pourings of Merlot. Plus the in flight ...

    Homeless statues, Treme and old old jazz

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... people already struggle and who will probably never recover.

    After leaving, we walk back through Louis Armstrong Park to Congo Square (we learned about this yesterday from Milton), it is where the African slaves would gather on Sundays which was their only day off and reconnect through music with one another and with their culture. It was also a place of trade where the slaves could trade the crops they had grown with the Native Americans for money ...