A'Etiennes French Inn

Address: 917 Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, The Old U.S. Mint, and Chartres Street.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

NOLA life

A travel blog entry by thehales on Jun 30, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... in his hand from the squeezing it endured. After touch down we were pretty hangry (hungry angry) and hit up a local restaurant in the French Quarter district for a typical NOLA dinner of gumbo, creole and pecan pie as an entrance into this lively culture. Our first day in NOLA we set off to find coffee and beignets (pronounced ben.yays) from Cafe Du Monde which was a recommendation from my sister in law <HAWT tip Jules, thanks!>. For those of yow'll who haven't been ...

Memphis to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by joemurphy on Apr 17, 2015

5 photos

Today we stopped in Jackson for lunch, the capital of the state of Mississippi. We traveled the Manchac Swamp Bridge which is a twin concrete trestle bridge in Louisiana. It has a total length of 22.80 miles (over 36km and is one of the longest bridges ...

Russian military tracks cross border into Ukraine

A travel blog entry by july2lung on Jan 17, 2015

... from the base. "We just go where we are told, to deliver this aid." The drivers The Telegraph spoke to said they had no idea where they would be sent next. Neither the men in beige, nor the soldiers, made attempt to prevent journalists from wandering the site as lorries pulled in. If anything, they were keen to show off their cargo, apparently in a bid to dispel accusations from some Ukrainian officials that the convoy may contain something sinister. Two trucks, chosen ...

Southern Gals, Gators and Ghouls!!

A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Oct 31, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... grabbed a coffee and an excellent meal at Cafe Rose Nicaud. Rose was the 1st vendor of coffee beverages in New Orleans. She was born into slavery in the 1800’s. She built a portable cart and sold her cafe noir and cafe au lait. Her efforts were very successful – Rose bought her freedom with her earnings from her coffee cart and then she built a permanent stand in the French Market. Her success inspired many other enslaved woman. Hats off to southern ...

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Oct 01, 2014

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... next to the window above the paddle wheel with the New Orleans skyline reflected in the glass, then I went up to the top deck where they have a gift shop. Bought a souvenir tile for $4. Couldn't leave without a souvenir!

We sailed seven miles up the Mississippi Passed the site of the Battle of New Orleans where the Americans defeated the British in 1815 which ended the War of 1812. You can see the white obelisk of the monument commemorating the battle over the top ...

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