Audubon Cottages

509 Dauphine St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Alligators and Armadeadlos

A travel blog entry by thecrankies


... stop where we parked, and he drove us down to Bourbon Street. By the time we arrived, the place was jumping on a Saturday night! The French Quarter is a cool experience with something for everyone. We chose seafood. The bars had switched to nightclub mode by then and it was a little more excitement than the Crankies could handle after a long driving day, so we strolled around a bit and caught a cab back to the truck for a much needed sleep in the ...

Big Easy, Bigger Fun

A travel blog entry by ukcat


... smothered in powdered sugar). In our early morning trip we one of the few early riser patrons, had a small table, and got our sugar fix for the day. As a note, the waiters at Café Dumond were mostly Asian descent. Apparently they worked as independent contractors with a process of taking the orders, filling the trays with the order and paying for the food from their pocket before they brought it ...

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by mcgovern43


Had another great day, despite a hard night (Andrew has woken up and hurt his right shoulder, me, my back bit sore didn't get a lot of sleep). Anyhow, we headed out into the beautiful sunshine and down to the wharf. We did a wonderful paddle boat lunch cruize on the Mississippi River. The Nanchez is one of only two true steam boats left in the world - amazing and we loved every minute of it. Andrew enjoyed the lunch - me not so much, but the view, ...

It's the grooviest thing, it's the perfect dream..

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet

... looking for a darker alley with something better. Bourbon st is truly awful. It's like Kings Cross in Sydney, or Patong Beach in Thailand, but with better architecture, and horn instruments. The stench of stale vomit gets you as soon as you get within a few metres of the street, day and night. It's about getting completely smashed, and little else. Thankfully you only need to walk a short distance in either direction and you'll find much more cultured offerings. ...

Alligators eat .... marshmallows!

A travel blog entry by jennell


... Admittedly these first alligators were "on the pay roll" according to our guide, so they were perhaps a little friendlier than most! These alligators hung around the swamp boat tour routes looking for the marshmallows that the guides throw them! One even came right up to the guide and allowed the guide to stroke him under his bottom jaw (now tell me that isn't cute!). We were not allowed to try this for obvious reasons (just because the ...

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This ranch, located on 509 Dauphine St., New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, New Orleans African-American Museum, Miss Celie's Spa, and New Orleans Municipal Auditorium.
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