Rodeway Inn Downtown

Address: 1725 Tulane Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Louisiana Superdome, Saenger Theatre, Dixie Tours of New Orleans, and Woldenberg Art Center and Newcomb Art Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Jazz and the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on May 30, 2015


... ditching in the sea and the lives of all on board depending her managing this heavy door was ready to say no, but I didn't want to lose the extra legroom so I said "She will be fine". We got away with it, and as luck would have it we didn't crash, so we didn't have to find out if Linda could manage the door. Lots of queues again on the runway to get away from JFK, but we got on our way, then relatively uneventful arrival at New Orleans, taxi to hotel and ...

Trip 6: Jackson to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by rosegeorge33 on Apr 15, 2015

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... we went to another venue down the street. After two songs I just couldn't take it anymore and we left to go to Bourbon Street. Brody's friend met up with us at the last bar so he stayed with her after we left.

Bourbon Street: Drunkards, neon lights, strippers, cops on horses nudging (with their foot) drunk men with tattoos on their face who are passed out on the sidewalk, huge ass beers, $9 Captain and Coke, bars upon bars upon bars, transvestites, Hustler, cabs, ...

Louisiana & Texas

A travel blog entry by janlodge on Feb 15, 2015

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Imagine walking down a street full of bars at night, roughly 500m long, and ending up with 20 plastic bead necklaces around your neck at the end of it - forced onto you by complete but friendly strangers. Sounds weird? Welcome to New Orleans during Mardi Gras! Mardi Gras is basically a huge carnival celebration that goes on for weeks and features parades throughout the city. Vital components for this celebration are alcohol ...

Day 5 New Orleans (Monday)

A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 05, 2015

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... the 1950s floods. He spoke about his family’s cemetery crypt being metres above ground, commenting that it was great to visit your dead uncle, but you don’t want your dead uncle visiting you! We continued wandering along the markets into various gift shops. Anne bought a ceramic blue cross to add to her collection. We visited Dutch Alley, a local artists’ collective where Slavic artist Stefano with amazing waxed, ...

Final full day in the Crescent City

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 08, 2014

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... waiters on planet Earth. This young man , an African American, prided himself on his excellent knowledge of wine and his even more excellent vocabulary. Within two minutes of approaching our table he had used the words: perchance, loquacious and olefactory. Not only, that he had used them correctly! When I gleefully seized upon his wordsmithery, the lad gave me a battle of wits that we both hugely enjoyed. He was friendly, insistent on formal wine pouring **** but ...

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