Garland's Estate

Address: 1129 Rue St. Phillip.St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Le Monde Creole Tour, Backstreet Cultural Museum, Voodoo Spiritual Temple, and The Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from New Orleans

    New Orleans.

    A travel blog entry by meganop on Jan 17, 2015

    23 photos

    ... t go dressing up or wearing them high heels. Ain't no body gets dressed up in New Orleans. The clothes you wearing now (about to head on a swamp tour) are the clothes you wear on Bourbon street. You can't wear no high heels because you might see a nice boy and he might chase you if you get what I'm sayin? Bourbon street can be a very long street to run down in high heels.' It's true. 85% of people were in casual clothes including track pants and north face jackets at ...

    Summer flew by... Now it's my turn

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Oct 14, 2014

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... 3 suitcases. I think that less is more, SO I have packed a small carry-on suitcase inside a medium sized case (so I can travel back with souvenirs) and I have my red backpack I used in SE Asia for my carry-on. All totally manageable. I can think of several of my readers, (like Lauren and Caitlin) who would just die if they had to pack for 15 months with a suitcase and backpack but I am here to tell you a few space saving tricks for those of you who have ...

    Goodbye Razzmatazz, hello Jazz

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 25, 2014

    ... to understand at times. The accents here are different to the southern accents I've heard before, which tend to be soft and lilting. The accent here are still southern and rolling, but they have a harder edge, a spicier and hotter tone which reflects the cuisine and culture of the city. However, after a while, the accent did become clearer to us and we were told amusing stories of pirates, spine-chilling stories of vampire brothers and shocking stories of ...

    New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by cottongk on Apr 22, 2014

    ... airboats can go over. The first log we tackled I was getting ready to dog paddle, but it skimmed over it like it wasn't even there. The airboat drivers are a breed onto their own (watch an episode of Swamp People and you'll get my drift).

    Toured two plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Oak Alley is an antebellum home with 300 year old oak trees overhanging to form a magnificent canopied path running down to the Mississippi River. Gorgeous. ...

    The Big Easy: New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by louwish on Apr 10, 2014

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... hi' and the residents seemed bemused that some european tourists complete with child, backpack and large camera had dared to walk through their neighbourhood.

    We hit up the Mardi Gras museum on our first day in the city, due to the adverse weather. It's run by one of the companies that makes the floats, so you can learn all about the history of the parade as well as touring the warehouse where they make and store the floats. Very, very cool. The rainy day turned out to ...