Royal Street Inn and R Bar
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- All-Suites Property
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Street Inn and R Bar New Orleans
Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... him—we weren’t expecting too much for a Monday night). After we all split 2 cocktails (yes I understand this was a strange practice) and tried a few of the local brews the place started to fill up and by 11 the place was erupting with music, dancing, laughter, and the MC asking for tips. Even Sean who has been to Frenchman a hundred times before had never seen something quite as spectacular as this show that we happened to stumble into. The bass and ...
... to his right. The Pollys had to send their wine back as it had turned but the server replaced it with a different variety with no up-charge. Dinner plans were made near the car and Ross was contacted to keep her updated on possible moves in case she and her boyfriend would be able to join up. Between sets Speck and Megan went up the block to see if another stage was sheltered and finding it wasn't came back to the Royal Sonesta. On their way back they were ...
Today was our final full day in New Orleans, so we took the lads to ihop for a farewell breakfast. We had to wait for ages, but as always they were good pancakes so can't complain too much. We had booked a swamp tour for the afternoon and by the time we had eaten we only had an hour to kill so went back to start packing and then we headed back out!
The tour was with a company called Cajun Encounters and took us around the Honey Island region ...
... excited when they assured us the supermarket had free wifi, but it didn’t work. We returned to Southern Comfort Cottage via golf cart and cooked up remaining chicken breast and 2 more crawfish-stuffed mushrooms for dinner, with a green salad. And finished off with small sliver of brownie cheesecake each, washed down with bubbles. We then sat in front of the fireplace, and watched cooking shows on tv while typing up blogs, a few emails home, ...
... Marie Leveau which Milton claims if the most visited grave in the United States ahead of Elvis and then JFK. I find this hard to believe, but we let him have it. He explains that voodoo was a religion brought out by Africans from their homeland and didn't (certainly not in it's beginnings anyway) have the sinister connotations Hollywood has given it. Milton tries to teach us all a bit of local vernacular- "hey baaaaaaby, howsyomomanyem?" Which is basically "how's your ...