La Rue Esplanade

1834 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Inn
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I fucking love this city so much. It's a blast.

A travel blog entry by mitchmoroney91

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... 1 year to decompose, after a customary period of 1 year and 1 day the lid is lifted and another body put on top. Pretty crazy, huh) New Orleans has several drainage channels and giant pumps that pump water out of the city. The main reason katrina demolished New Orleans wasn't necessarily the 350kmh winds. It was more the fact that the storm itself caused a lot of the water from the Gulf of Mexico to rise and push over towards New Orleans. This caused the protective ...

Swamp People

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake

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... the local specialty... surely you can guess it aha... Gumbo of course!! Most of us aren't big seafoodies so we went for the chicken, Michael had the shrimp and crab leg gumbo. Gumbo is basically like a stew. It was really tasty and it will be on the list of recipes to look up when we get home!! After dinner we met up with Rachel and Mark, our SF friends we had made the day before and went to try out one of the local hot spots - Pat O'Briens. Finally we had ...

Destination Attained... Cocaine Bengiets

A travel blog entry by thespeck

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... br>
During the concert our energy definately began to flag and we left early to get a bite and go back to the room. Caroline had a po-boy from Ninja Something or Other that had carrots, steak and zuchinni on it. I had a couple of Boudin Balls that are best described as pulled pork mixed with rice, formed in a ball and deep fried and then served with a spicy mayo. We ate and walked back to the DoubleTree where I soon fell asleep while Caroline watched Hell's Kitchen.
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Days 4 - 6: new orleans

A travel blog entry by brianbruan

... mustache in dark stained stripes. We walked along down canal street as he primarily spouted hazy details about how had died, as in was braindead and then in a coma for a week and was born again by the miracle of water, of which he proceeded to partake in the excessive drinking of until he was constantly ******* his pants. While i listened to this half earnestly and half wondering how to shake this crazed individual, he asked if i could buy him a beer, which worked out in ...

Much Mellower MLK Monday

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... its rows and rows of monumental above ground vaults. I was surprised to see that people were still being laid to rest there. Meanwhile Chris was resting on a nearby bench...he was not feeling the best and the 2.5 miles we had walked already was not improving the situation.

Walking back we thought we would be able to get near the water quickly but we were sandwiched between warehouses and cement walls in front of the train tracks for ...

Location

This inn, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, Edgar Degas House, New Orleans African-American Museum, and Mother-in-Law Lounge.
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