Audubon Cottages

Address: 509 Dauphine St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112, United States | Ranch
 
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Quietest day

A travel blog entry by pnp53 on Jul 20, 2014

... lunch at the Red Grill across from the Astor Crowne Plaza on canal st.
Best fish tacos ever had in my life!!

That night we just wandered the other end of the quarter towards Esplanade. French market was closing up and we had forgotten our phones to take pictures, but it was a nice evening.
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Happy Happy Happy

A travel blog entry by dan_mimi on Jun 09, 2014

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... br>
After a short drive from Baton Rouge, we've now arrived in New Orleans. Headed out to the famous Bourbon Street tonight - wow, crazy! People everywhere, all kinds of bars, live music, and places to eat. Unlike anything we've seen before.

Had a dinner of cajun chicken, jambalaya and voodoo juice before walking back to our hotel. Off to bed now, big day exploring this city tomorrow!

Bye for now
Mimi
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Plantation and Swamp

A travel blog entry by niccis on May 11, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... for the day was a creole plantation named Laura Plantation, after its last resident. This tour was in much further detail as they found her dairy in a library in France. Creole Plantations differed hugely compared to the american styles ones. They were built on stilts and were very colourful. (There was a law that made all plantations be painted white, when the house was restored they chipped away coats of paint to find the original colours). In ...

The House of the Rising Fun

A travel blog entry by eddemer on Apr 17, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... I was expecting. I decided it was time to explore nonetheless. New Orleans is definitely one of the more interesting places I've been to. The French Quarter especially is worth a visit. All the buildings look like they've been unchanged since they were built by the French and Spanish. Courtesy of it's geography this rings true. Hurricane Katrina seemed to affect everywhere but the French Quarter, which to me felt a bit like a tourism conspiracy. I guess they couldn't have ...

MARDI GRAS!! Check that one off the list!!

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Mar 08, 2014

1 comment, 46 photos

... you go for traditional jazz music, I will spend some time at the French Market, Jackson Square, and the fascinating historic cemetery’s. And while doing all this I will be checking out some of those restaurants I’ve read about but weren’t able to get into due to the crowds. Yep, this visit to New Orleans was for Honey…next time, it will be for me and my bucket list!!

After New Orleans we took the next few days to wander ...