Royal Street Inn and R Bar
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- All-Suites Property
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... name, where somebody famous is buried, don't recall the name! Great tour guide, eh? The interesting thing about NOLA cemeteries is the dead are buried above ground because most of NOLA is below sea level. If you dig a hole for a grave, it just fills with water. So everybody and every body gets a Sarcophagus or is it Carsopagus?
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... to the hard-hitting marching tunes heard in New Orleans parades.
Ellis Marsalis- Ellis Marsalis is regarded by many as the premier modern jazz pianist in
New Orleans. Born on November 14, 1934, his formal music studies began
at age eleven at the Xavier University junior school of music.
As a leading educator at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, the
University of New Orleans, and Xavier University of Louisiana, Ellis ...
... 160; Our favorite place was Cafe Du Monde, home of the famous Beignets and Chicory coffee. For those of you not familiar with Beignets (pronounced ban yay), they are delicious little squares of soft dough, deep fried, covered in powdered sugar and served hot with a Cafe Au Lait. So good! We splurged two days in a row. Jackson Square is in the heart of the French Quarter, with the St Louis Cathedral in the background. There is a statue of Andrew ...
... person peddle bike… apparently it was meant to be able to support that many but I’m not going to lie, it was a bit of a squeeze! Hayley was in the child seat up front and Pete eventually joined her as the opportunity to Titanic pose got too much for him to resist. A bit depressingly, a runner overtook us twice despite four people peddling, so Jake high fived him on his next pass as we hummed the Chariots of Fire music.
After the bike was ...
... a petrol station to refuel, we drove past the superdome where the NOLA residents were corralled after Cyclone Katrina. Snagged a park right on the edge of the French Quarter. Straight across the street was Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel (oldest in Louisiana, est 1812) and St Jude’s Shrine, so we popped in. A few homeless folk were sleeping inside the warm church, or praying - one man with his hand stretched up to rest on the feet of the ...