Green House Inn
Travel Blogs from New Orleans
Arrived in New Orleans after a long day travelling. Left Playa Del Carmen at 9.00am and didn't arrive in New Orleans at our accommodation until 5.00pm. Staying in a lovely B&B in the Garden District of NewOrleans - about 12 blocks from the French Quarter. It is a beautiful old house with a grand piano next to the dining room. There is a anoher …
... afraid to come this time of year because of the potential hurricane season. Lunch was tasty but really pricey. I did have the best bloody mary ever...at $12.50 each, it better be.
So I am writing this now because we are getting ready to head out to the sports bar to watch the Saints play the Dolphins. Not sure how late it will be when we get back. I bid you adieu.
Realized that i was probably up before most of you started your day, so thought ...
... turning around three times. We also saw the tomb that Nicholas cage has pre- purchased for when the time comes that it is needed! Crazy. They also have a tomb for respected musicians in the community who can not afford their own burial, which I thought was nice. There was a sectioned off area for those of a Protestant religion too, and an area built specifically for those who fought and passed in the war of New Orleans... Where the government had to convince pirates to ...
... We had a New Orleans fish platter, of-course all deep fried, consisting off shrimp, crab, cat fish and oysters. Easy to see why people down here are so round, everything is deep fat fried with chips on the side. Also tried a thing called a biscuit, like a savoury salty scone. Listened to some jazz in a nice little outside bar, and had a stole around the somewhat minuscule Louis Armstrong park. Seen ...
... route, dating back to the sugar plantation times ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed