La Maison Faubourg Guest House

Address: 3924 Evangeline Ave., Chalmette, Louisiana, 70043, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3924 Evangeline Ave., Chalmette, is near Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve and Chalmette National Historical Park.
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Travel Blogs from Chalmette

Houston, Galveston and New Orleans

A travel blog entry by dan-ellie2015 on May 28, 2015

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... the Johnson Space centre on the way. This was a really interesting visit, we got a tour around the grounds and watched some films about the space race and the current works of NASA. It also had lots of interesting exhibits about space travel. The next day we set off towards New Orleans. We stopped at Vermillionville, a little reconstructed village of the 1800s with people demonstrating old crafts such as carpentry and sewing. We then went on a swamp boat tour which was really fun ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by fayjdurocher on May 04, 2015

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... billboard that you see is advertising CRACKLINS and BOUDIN! CRACKLINS are pork rinds and boudin is sausages of all kinds. Not exactly healthy! Another advertising billboard I saw was "pet baby alligators!" Flood alert has been issued for Baton Rouge Louisiana. You will see how much rain they actually have by the pics. 16 miles of bridge on the I 10 before ...

Noshing in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 08, 2015

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... apothecary, treated his friends to brandy toddies of his own recipe, including his "Peychaud's Bitters" which were made from a secret family recipe. The toddies were made using a double-ended egg cup as a measuring cup or jigger - then known as a "coquetier" (pronounced "ko-k-tay"). This is the origin of the word "cocktail". It was this drink that was the world's first cocktail!

Then the trickle of rain becomes constant hum. We delight in the ...

Literary Concepts

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 16, 2014

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... Frenchman St. and stopped for beignet and coffee in Café Du Monde. There was a voucher in our program packets for a free order and it was such a treat! The warm, savory pastries warmed my palate and readied me for a busy evening.

The Presbytere Museum featured an exhibit “Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond.” I learned that the tragedy in New Orleans was unfortunately caused by fault with the levee ...


A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 06, 2014

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... by high brick walls so the area is totally enclosed and it is super-hot in here. Milton explains that is because it helped with the decomposition of the bodies as they had to be completed decomposed in wall vaults for a year and a day before they could be interred into the family vaults which are the above-ground structures housing multiple family members. Lots of famous people have also bought plots in here, including Nicholas Cage who has a pyramid structure (hopefully ...