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, Milton H. Latter Memorial Library, Mignon Faget, and Orpheum Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from New Orleans

    The Big Easy Comes Alive

    A travel blog entry by jimandclare on May 14, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... experiencing it. We started out at Cafe Du Monde where we enjoyed the ambiance as well as the Cafe au Lait and Beignets covered in powdered sugar. Next was a Muffuletta at Fred's with seafood gumbo. Of course we had to have a Po-boy and Red Beans & Rice at Johnny's and Praline cookies too. Great food was topped with an evening drink at NO Cajun Seafood Restaurant where Clare was serenaded in the courtyard by a Blues ...

    Feastival (not a typo)

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... be heard regularly at venues throughout the city and over the airwaves of WWOZ fm.
    Heavily informed by the blues, Lake’s music incorporates elements of soul, rock and folk to create a sound and feel that is strongly original and disarmingly familiar. As his reputation for authentic, down-home presentation continues to grow, Lake has recently completed a new album, “The Ones I Love” that will bring his strongest material yet to new audiences in ...

    Moving on to New Orleans for Mardi Gras!

    A travel blog entry by twoadventurers on Feb 14, 2015

    25 photos

    ... There were several vendors selling handmade masks - some were quite lovely - ranged in price from $40 - over $100. In the end I just bought one of the mass produced masks for $9. As we were heading towards Canal St. To watch the parade , it started to rain. We did some more walking, stopped for a drink and snack (and to get warm and dry) on a couple of occasions until it was time to catch the shuttle home. Tuesday: Cold today - dressed in ...

    New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Jan 09, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... amp; draining grasslands & swamps has removed natural barriers that would naturally have broken up surges before they reached land. The Cypress Trees in the freshwater swamps died because sea water invades freshwater, without the trees & grasslands there's nothing to break up & weaken the surges.




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    Southern Gals, Gators and Ghouls!!

    A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Oct 31, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... non-stop whatever you can possibly imagine you’ll definitely see and then some’ sort of experience - from silver sparkly ballerina skirted pink sequined ballet shoed gay lads to puffy Elvis...in his later years...and everything in between. There was jazz, blues and all manner of excellent free music happening everywhere! Bonus!! Bourbon Street and the French Quarter need to be part of the picture....but should not be the only picture one sees of New ...