New Orleans, Louisiana, was settled by the French, then blended with countless other European, West African, Native American and West Indies cultures to create a truly unique city. The blend of cultures and languages gives the city amazing food, architecture, music and a one of a kind Mardi Gras.
From the New Orleans Travel Guide
This guesthouse was great Ms. Daphney was very informative and helpful and the staff really made my first Mardi Gras experience one I will never forget!! Highly recommend this place great value:) ... more
This accommodation is one of the best I have stayed in. It has that homely touch rooms are perfect and at this price you could not ask for any more I think you could pay three times this price any where else for the quality you get at the Creole Inn if I came back to New Orleans this would be my first pick for accommodation. THE BEST ... more
After booking at St. Vincent's Guesthouse I read some very negative reviews of the place and thought that I'd made a big mistake! But staying there was fine. It's in a great location, in a neighborhood with lots of character, and only about a 20-minute walk along Magazine Street to Downtown New Orleans. ... more
Jazz Fest New Orleans!
Hey Sara, Haven't been there myself, but I recalled a thread that may be useful to you: http://www.travellerspoint.com/forum.cfm?thread=535 Do a search in the forum search as well - there's a couple of others with mentions of New Orleans as well. Cheers, Peter ...
New Orleans and LA
A buddy or mine and me are going to nawlins for Mardi Gras 2005.. anyone else going? what other places would you suggest we visit in louisiana, which are managable driving distance form new orleans and are worth visiting. I'm a outdoors guy and lookin for places somewhat "off the beaten track ...
New Orleans For Spring Break
So instead of the usual Tijuana/Cancun/Cabo (mis)adventures, a bunch of us who go to school in Missouri are thinking of road-trippin' it out to New Orleans for our Spring Break (March 22nd- 31st). Has anyone been in New Orleans over this period and if so, what's the atmosphere like? i hear Bourbon Street ...
Rebuilding Nawlins one floor at a time
and Courtney in New Orleans. After a bit of investigation into volunteer opportunities, Hayley found there was still a huge amount of rebuilding being completed in New Orleans (or Naw’lins, as the locals put it ...
Posted in A year or so of Misadventure and fun by ladiesofleisure
New York to Miami - New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola, 30 Jun13
Left New Orleans, Louisiana and headed east through Mississippi into Alabama. 52% of Mississippi is heavily forested. It is very flat and swampy country. A lot of houses are built flat on the ground, with no foundations. You would think if the houses were a little higher off the ground, then they wouldn't flood so ...
Posted in New York to Miami by gaddingabout
Ghosts and Ghost Faced Killas in Nawlins
is not to love? In New Orleans, or 'Nawlins' if you haven’t a trained ear, it is yet another reason to celebrate ...
Posted in The Tipsy Gipsy by The Tipsy Gipsy