La Maison Faubourg Guest House

Address: 3924 Evangeline Ave., Chalmette, Louisiana, 70043, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Day of southern eating!

A travel blog entry by amcostin on Aug 02, 2015

1 comment, 36 photos

... River, then to Jackson Square, Frenchmen Street (by day) and the French Market. We stopped in at one of the classier bars on Bourbon street for a much needed drink and dose of air conditioning. I sampled the local cocktail - the Hurricane, a sweet and fruity punch. Next we made our way back to the river to see the famous steamboat - Natchez. Then, the moment I'd been waiting for - beignets (French donuts) at Cafe du Monde. This street-side cafe is famous for their icing sugar ...

Day 40

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 20, 2015

3 comments, 13 photos

... We did have some rain but we all managed to get under cover so it was no problem. For the first hour we had an interesting come tar and afterwards we were entertained by a jazz band. All in all a very nice morning. After leaving the boat we had to wait for a train to pass. I am quite the anorak and counted 117 goods carriages! We then had a tour around the ...

New Orleans - Day 2

A travel blog entry by cattflight on May 11, 2015

7 photos

The Big UN-Easy! So far we're finding dogs are not terribly welcomed in a lot of NOLA establishments. Bummer. I guess Ichabod will have to do all his Hurricane drinking on the streets. :) We managed a short walk around the French Quarter last night, heading back to the hotel right after sunset. The hotel is fantastic (and every bit as advertised). They have a cool lounge with a bar and ...

Noshing in New Orleans

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... There are many elaborate stone crypts and mausoleums. The cemeteries, with their elaborate sculptures and other decorative artwork embellishing the tombs, have come to come to resemble small villages. They are known by the nickname of “Cities of the Dead.”

After you enter the cemetery gates, you are greeted by rusty decorative ironwork and blinded by sun-bleached tombs. Crosses and statues jutting from tomb surfaces cast contrasting ...

Plantation Homes

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey on Sep 24, 2014

33 photos

... are 400 years old.




























In the early 1700's an unknown settler planted 28 evenly spaced oak trees in 2 rows leading from his cottage to the Mississippi river. They are a mile long and were planted to channel the breeze from the river ...