A'Etiennes French Inn

Address: 917 Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Faubourg Marigny, Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, The Old U.S. Mint, and Chartres Street.
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Bye bye Florida!

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Jun 04, 2015

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... but then realise battery has been cooked. Catherine supplied us with food and drink as we worked in the the hot sun. Scott bike eventually had to loaded onto the support vehicle. Hopefully they can find a battery. The rest of us continue on our way and eventually get to our hotel in New Orleans about 7pm.Went into New Orleans in the evening and into the famous Bourbon ...

I fought the rain, and the rain won?

A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 11, 2015

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... hailing from New Orleans. Comprised of several long time sidemen, the members have backed up New Orleans musical luminaries such as Walter “Wolfman” Washington, Michael Ray, Russell Batiste, Kirk Joseph, Tony Dagradi, and Renard Poche- to name a few. In 2011, now ready to focus on their own musical identities after over a decade of developing their skills & learning from the best, the members of The Upstarts decided to form their own band so they could ...

Happy Mardi Gras!

A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 17, 2015

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... on Bourbon Street and the French Quarter, major parades originate in the Uptown and Mid-City districts and follow a route along St. Charles Avenue and Canal Street on the upriver side of the French Quarter. The traditional colors of the New Orleans Mardi Gras are purple, green, and gold. All three colors were used by the Catholic Church throughout history and thus continued to be used in relation to Mardi Gras which was Catholic in origin.

So, that's what the ...

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jan 09, 2015

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... Home" based on the manuscript Laura wrote on four generations of her family. We leant the house was built on a floodplain with the bedrock over a mile deep. It was built by a boat builder on 16 brick foundation pillars, each pillar on a brick pyramid built deep in the ground. Using mortise & tenon joints & wooden dowels (no nails) it is rated stronger than today's local building code, that's why it has survived all the years of hurricanes! ...

Weekend in the Big Easy - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 25, 2014

... the heathens who were having fun. We kept walking and I realised something. That I hadn't spent anytime apart from Jock. We had basically been stapled to one another the whole time since Ayres Rock (Sydney Airport photo) and he was navigating the world on my coat tails, and it was about time I set him loose in a place that was barking and yelling and mad. We found a cross street, and walked towards what looked like a sign from God. A large Cathedral, which yes I have photos ...

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