La Rue Esplanade

Address: 1834 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Inn
 
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Location

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

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Dec 13, 2014

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... bar will give you a plastic cup. We stayed in the French Quarter. The French Quarter is where all the historical parts of New Orleans are located including one of the most famous streets in the world called Bourbon Street. The second floor balconies and the French style homes really stick out. The streets here are named Rue, which is French for Street. Some of the writing is in French on the menus too. Bourbon Street is actually not named after the ...

Streetcar Travel

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 04, 2014

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... might try that.

Cemeteries have a strange allure for me. I, myself, do not wish to be buried. I will pass on that. It has always mystified me why we have a need to mark our lives with a giant tomb…or any marking at all. I guess people have a need for their existence to live on in some way. Most people would say it is simply so others can have a place to remember them. I never understood that as I think I ...

Travel to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 21, 2014

... The economy is not booming, folks. We finally got on the Interstate and headed for New Orleans. Our destination was the National WWII Museum. We arrived and paid extra to include the 2:00 showing of Beyond All Boundaries - a 4D experience about the war. We walked through the rooms about both the Pacific and European theaters, and finished with the D-day exhibit. We spent about three hours there. We then headed to our motel ...

Dancing in the Rain

A travel blog entry by ouradventure14 on Jun 08, 2014

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... famous, world renowned Bourbon street. Hmmmm......not what we were expecting at all. It is filled with horrid bars, fast food, tacky shops and dodgy characters. However The world famous Bourbon bar is still awesome which is another hot spot that offers every bourbon along with oysters. LH had a wild turkey and ginger ale and LT tried a Makers Mark and Sprite which we then washed dowm with a couple of oysters on crackers ...

The House of the Rising Fun

A travel blog entry by eddemer on Apr 17, 2014

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... the opposite direction. He was telling me in Austin that a group of cowboys took him out to their ranch to shoot rabbits at 2am. Now that is good a story. Although he also mentioned that the guy next to him on the Greyhound over to New Orleans had shat himself. You win some, you lose some. My second full day was much of the same, I explored a bit, had a po-boy, went to the National WWII museum (if anyone can tell me why it's in New Orleans, that'd be great) where WWII began in 1941 and ...

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