La Rue Esplanade

Address: 1834 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Inn
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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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Homeless statues, Treme and old old jazz

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... had never experienced anything other than the life she had seen here. We have one drink and I am very glad to get out of both the bar and the Treme. I don't feel like we have enlightened ourselves here, but I do feel very sad for the people of this area who have grown up in poverty and remain unable to escape that cycle. Hurricane Katrina barely damaged the French Quarter of New Orleans which is the main tourist area but it truly decimated areas like the Treme ...

New Orleans "Nawlins"

A travel blog entry by courtneypender on Jul 27, 2014

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... at the same hotel. They were doing the same trip but starting LA and finishing in NY so we thought it would be a good idea to go out dressed up as Zombies. (We ended up having 70 zombies partying in the pubs of 'Nawlens') Massive fun night... We definitely finished the tour with a bang! Anitia even had an all nighter which is super rare so it was a great night. It was sad to have to leave all of our new friends but hoping to have a Melb reunion in 2015 ...

Day out on the river

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Jul 10, 2014

7 photos

... mall, so we explored. It was so nice going into the air conditioning after the humidity outside.

Paul had been looking for a back pack instead of a handheld bag, and I found him one! to celebrate we had a very nice chicken, spinach cabiata roll, then it was time to get into line for the Creole Queen paddle steamer.
It left at 2pm up the river going past ...

Happy Happy Happy

A travel blog entry by dan_mimi on Jun 09, 2014

3 photos

... it was cool to see where it all happens. Dan even got himself a duck caller! Happy Happy Happy!

Unfortunately we realised we arent getting great data signal on our phones. Which was a bit of a bummer as it left as driving South through Louisiana, mostly without a map. In the end we made it to Baton Rouge, home of LSU. Colleges over here are crazy, this place has a live tiger in an enclosure in the middle of the ...

Swamp People

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 11, 2014

31 photos

... oaks were planted in the early 18th century prior to the house being built. All the tour guides were dressed up in period costumes. We were taken through the house, into each of the rooms and told stories about the history of the plantation and the owners over the years. There were still many original objects in the house.

The Oak Alley foundation was opened by the last owner to live in the house - Josephine Stewart and when she died the ...

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