Chateau Orleans

Address: 240 Burgundy , New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Saenger Theatre, Old Absinthe House, Musee Conti Wax Museum, and Bombay Club.
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    Travel Blogs from New Orleans

    What a gem of a place

    A travel blog entry by usa15 on May 11, 2015

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    ... a lot of strip joints. It is unfortunate that every place smells the same. Even inside you can smell it. But drink enough and you eventually get used to it.

    Very colourful people here - lots of dancing, street performers, hawkers, hookers and druggies. But I have not felt unsafe yet.

    Tuesday - Geoff has arranged for a game of golf at TPC New Orleans. He was really happy with the course and shot ...

    Visiting the Garden (District)

    A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... be purchased directly from the driver, $1.25/one way or $3/all day pass. Since the plan was to use public transportation as much as possible the all day pass seemed to be the way to go. It was about a 20 minute ride to the Garden District and then the tour took almost 2 hours covering 17 homes and places of significance. After all that walking in the heat and humidity it was time for a bite and a beer. Nate Polly owns a coffee roastery and had found ...

    Exploring the Party

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... above them, especially during the city’s frequent floods. Since the coffins were filled with air, the water sometimes pushed them up through the earth, causing both a gruesome sight and a health hazard. To keep the coffins underground, holes were drilled in the lid to let air escape, and the coffins were weighted down with rocks and sand. But this was only partially successful, and in any case the saturated corpses did not decompose properly, leading to ...

    Weekend in the Big Easy

    A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 24, 2014

    ... but on travelling with a sibling who does a good job at pretending he has Aspergers. So what am I supposed to do? I pour what's left of the bourbon out in two glasses and have managed to find an ice machine partnered with a drinks dispenser. Coke bottles are $1.75 from the first machine I found on our floor, but its not lit nor working. The second machine I find on the 1st floor is working but only charging $1.00. I return to the room, and Jock has decided ...

    Swamp Airboat tour

    A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... and headed back if to town. Rather than drop us off at our B&B we got the driver to take us to the French Market area where we decided to go to Tujague's for lunch. It was really good, I had a cup of Gumbo which was really delicious not at all like I had the other night. Then I had Blackened Fish with vegetables and it was lovely, John chose the taste of New Orleans because the boiled Brisket was not available. I then had pecan pie for ...