The Dive Inn

Address: 4417 Dryades St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Storyville District, Orpheum Theatre, Milton H. Latter Memorial Library, and St. Elizabeth's Orphanage Museum.
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      New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by ironworker025 on Oct 24, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      We stopped near New Orleans just to visit the French Quarter. The RV campground had a shuttle service that left the park at 3:30 pm and returned at 8:00 pm. That was long enough for us, we wanted to get something to eat and walk down the streets. We just love the characters in New Orleans.

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      Long drives and jazz hands

      A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Sep 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... day driving and arrived at our destination late in the afternoon ready for the night ahead. We were staying at a townhouse just on the edge of the French quarter. After we'd all freshened up we walked into the quarter and headed for our restaurant. We were going to a place called mama's which was more of a local eating place rather than a touristy place. I had jambalaya and shrimp creole. They were both absolutely amazing and ...

      Thru the Mississippi darkness rolling to the sea

      A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Square" or informally "Place Congo" at the "back of town" where the slaves would set up a market, sing, dance, and make music. This moral boosting exercise occurred nowhere else in The United States. It lasted until harsher United States practices of slavery replaced the more lenient French colonial style. After the "Louisiana Purchase" the activity in the square slowly declined. There exists no recorded date of the last slave gatherings in the square ...

      Way down yonder in New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 62 photos

      ... you informed of events and the reasons for delays but they sometimes become comical as the attendant hasn't quite thought things through before he starts speaking. It took us about 20hs to make our way passed Memphis, Champagne, Homewood, Yazoo, Kankakee, Effingham and all. Amtrak, on this line, runs on short rails fixed to wooden sleepers and this, combined with a lack of maintenance means that frequent jolts and lurches punctuate your slumber. The dining, on the other hand, is remarkably good. ...

      Jazzed up New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by goseedokids on Apr 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... packed, Gps set - grrr - gps isnt working. Poppy brought the gps, but had it upgraded to european maps just before he left. The guy promised it wouldnt affect the US maps, and he was right, it didnt. Plain as day, we could see our position. Problem was, US as a country wasn't on the "type in your address" list any more. Only European countries. So though we could see where we were, we couldnt ...