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We rented a shotgun home in the area last spring and it was one of my favorite areas I have stayed in a US city. The surrounding area is chill, more laidback that the craziness of downtown, has cool restaurants, incredible homes and beautiful parks....More
A couple of miles west of the French Quarter easily reached via the trolley. Plenty of nice homes to see. The cemetery was pretty cool; you could see the damage done by Katrina. Take an enjoyable stroll through this nice part of town, you won't...More
This is a beautiful area to walk around in New Orleans. We visited the zoo and walked around the park and neighborhood, rode the trolley, and enjoyed the day. It was a bit difficult to find our way and there were not many places to...More
I enjoyed this short trip. I was in search of Anne Rice's 1st Street house from "The Witching Hour" the homes are beautiful. Be forewarned, walking can be strenuous if you have health issues as I do! We didn't do a guided tour because of...More
I think it is adequate to just drive through the garden district and get some history from the hop on hop off tour. Nice homes and a fair amount of restaurants but nothing special. Worth a quick drive through but not a destination in and...More
I would recommend this museum to everyone! It is a wonderful experience for all ages of visitors. My favorite part of the museum was the participation and the efforts of the citizens during the was and build up the “home Freon war effort”! The many...More
Beautiful old southern charm homes and mansions. In the spring & summer is the time to go there. Stop at Superior Seafood at the corner of St Charles & Napoleon Ave. Sit at he bar. The place will be packed.