Poche Plantation

Address: 6554 Highway 44, Convent, Louisiana, 70723, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6554 Highway 44, Convent, is near Oak Alley Plantation.
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    Travel Blogs from Convent

    Last day in New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by sinclairda on Oct 19, 2007

    5 photos

    ... was dark. Not sure if the views are better when it isn't dark as it seemed a fairly dull and industrial landscape. We bought yet another staged photo although didn't this time go for the fridge magnet or keyring. George is again asleap for the photo. We get stuck on the boardwalk as a train (at least 80 carrages and probably over 100) stops and blocks our path back to the hotel. We walk back ...

    Last full day in NOLA

    A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Sep 30, 2007

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... often climbing up and down scaffolding checking everything herself. When we finally left the square, sometime AFTER the Civil War, we learned how to spot the difference between balconies and galleries, river and lake brick, wrought and cast iron, as well as Creole vs. American architecture. Also, we found out that most of the original city was burned in the fires of 1788 and 1794 (with few rare ...

    Saturday in Nawlins

    A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Sep 29, 2007

    4 photos

    ... of their images, along with the children's narratives about the pieces. It was an amazing and heartwrenching collection. We left NOMA to sit on its columned porch, savoring the dark chocolate peanut butter cup from the morning's walk, looking out over City Park -- looking at that pristine vista, it was hard to believe all the destruction that had visited the city. We took one of the few working trolley lines ...

    The Gospel Tent

    A travel blog entry by cheeksmo on May 06, 2007

    1 comment

    ... risk is cheaper. Cheaper land is bought by people with lower incomes. These people tend to not be white. It's not racist per se although the root of the pay and financial inequity may very well be. So the politicians seem to be struggling with writing off entire communities of thousands of African American people which will never be rebuilt. Then you have the sole person who comes and rebuilds amidst a community of ruins. We saw a lot of that. Then there are neighborhoods which ...

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