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TravelPod Member ReviewsCornstalk Hotel New Orleans
A very small hotel with a lot of charm, right in the heart of the French Quarter. The staff was very friendly and helpful. It's not your typical chain hotels - there are no amenities, no coffee or tea, but they did give us coupons for free coffee. I would definitely stay there again!
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We stayed at the Cornstalk hotel which was on Royal Street (right behind Bourbon) and spent a Thursday and Friday night in the city. We stayed at the old house of the first supreme court justice from Louisiana who was suspected of taking bribes in his day. We went on a haunted houses tour (Lafayette House in American Horror Story), ate great food, …
... see roller bladders anywhere but there were signs to look out for them which we found hysterical). We were having a very relaxing stroll until the tides turned shortly after we crossed a bridge that lead us to a golf course (you might be thinking what could possibly go wrong crossing through a golf course in the middle of the afternoon- our thought precisely). But shortly after we crossed the bridge we came upon this giant moss covered tree that almost looked like ...
... an umbrella and was leading the pack to the House of Blues Voodoo stage when Nathan, without a raincover, and Megan were separated from the leader. Speck, Tyler and Ross pressed on to the House of Blues and the Polly's paused at the Carousel Bar in the Monteleone. Very wet upon arrival, Speck suggested going into the restaurant and trying to get a table. Drinks and food was ordered but before it could arrive Tyler dissappeared. He had gone to the bathroom and Speck ...
... and the girls stayed home, Hayley and I venturing out only briefly to go to the fish market on the corner in search of shrimp. The Cajun Fish Market was really busy, obviously THE place to go for the locals. We picked up 2lbs of shrimp for under $8 then went back to start prepping the gumbo. We had found a recipe online the other day and so the three of us spent all day in the kitchen peeling shrimp, chopping veggies and flying up onion rings whilst watching Jurassic Park and The Wizard ...
... catholic funerals, she bred her own slaves. It is thought to have had over 200 slaves working on the plantation. Laura was a descendant and completely opposite and looked after the slaves and was wanted equality. She died in the the 1960's of a ripe old age and sold the plantation for less than what it was worth including 7 properties in the French Quarter and the wine business's for $300,000. She didn't want anything to do with it and married a man from ...