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
If you are planning a trip to Nola, YOU have to take that youth hostel. Robert is a really cool guy, extremely convenient and always there to help. I've really enjoy my vacation. Thanks again Robert! Gab ... more
Old style building but kept in good condition very friendly and polite staff. Would recommend and would use again only thing I found sharing a bathroom was a pain but I knew that when I booked hostel. 10 to 15 minutes walk to bourbon st and river walk. ... more
Though I enjoyed my stay there I felt the place was let down by the lack of housekeeping, it doesn't take much to wipe down the walls (I did it in 10 minutes) and hoover. I also had problems getting online and could only access their open network from the common area. ... more
From New Orleans to Nashville
Hi, I'll be driving from New Orleans to Nashville in about early June this year. Does anyone have some recomendations on what to see and do along the way and when I get there. Thanks, Rach ...
Poconos or New Orleans
I am looking for a place to take my wife for her 40th. I'd like someplace romantic and even a little risque. Has anyone stayed at Caesar's Glen Cove or at the Dive Inn in New Orleans? I'm familiar with their websites, but I would like a little bit more input from someone who may have stayed at either place ...
hostels in new orleans
On my rtw trip i will be in new orleans in may/june 05 ,i was just wondering if any1 had any experience of hostels here, and if you could give me any advice on the best places to stay. ty ...
Days Thirty One - Thirty Three
New Orleans. The Big Easy. What can we say but that the rumours are true? This place will take the most well intentioned early nighter and turn them into a drinking, dancing, Mardi Gras necklace wearing ...
Posted in MichaelSonia by sonnoz
Still in new orleans, managed 2 find somewhere cheaper tonight, its just as nice but not as modern its styled in the old style of the french quarter! Found out tonight after we checked in though that its haunted by a past owner, an old lady called elizabeth. We'll see if she makes an appearence ...
Posted in roadtrip by spragg n gem