The graves in New Orleans are above ground due to the water level as this city is below sea level. The rising water level beneath the ground caused the coffins to literally force their way out of the soil.
It is so beautiful out there. French quarter in NOLA. Enjoy live music in the streets Crab stuffed shrimp wrapped in prosciutto on a bed of pecan slaw. Yes please. Wonder about and walk A little bit of Voodoo anyone? I love the atmosphere of New Orleans. A brass band plays daily around 11 AM from the balcony of Tableau. Really adds to the New Orleans experience! My favorite walking path in NOLA❣️#Green I'm not usually a big museum fan... but this one was pretty awesome! Lots of sights & SO MUCH history, WW2 survivors frequently volunteer and share their stories :) A+ One of the cargo ships out of the thousands that navigates the Mississippi river coming from the Gulf of Mexico to the Port of New Orleans. The port is also home to several cruise lines that serves millions of passengers every year. St. Charles Avenue, Garden District, New Orleans... Go for a walk, the street cars are often over crowded... many great secrets await. The French Quarter, Nawlins. Crawfish Boil! By the fire department on Decatur. I love this sign. All over NOLA are these bittersweet remnants of days past. Endymion Extravaganza Mardi Gras 2014 Just a sausage, shrimp, and chicken creole alfredo. Basically low country heaven in a bowl.
It was hard to order here, everything looked amazing. The cruise ship I was on took more than 7 hours to navigate the Mississippi River before getting out to the open sea, the Gulf of Mexico. Talk about Nature's gifts...This was a stunning find. We looked like miniscule little beings sitting beneath it, basking under its protective canopy.
Here's the story of this Grandmother Tree.
Great place to take pictures. Try doing a tour, lots of history. Bourbon Street #frenchquarter #nola #lifeatexpedia The downtown skyline amidst a brewing winter rain shower in the afternoon. Next to Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans Beignets from Cafe Du Monde in New Orleans. The original French Market coffee stand serving French doughnuts since 1860.... They taste like thick funnel cakes. This One of the best cities for architecture is New Orleans. The city takes you back to an old America; back to when jazz was being played at every night club. If you want to beat the crowd at cafe du monde, go around 8pm. It's usually empty... or at 3am since it is open 24 hours. #stunningstructures Delicious bakery and creamery on Magazine street- famous for shopping. Bought 8 of these babies! Driving down Poydras St. Loved this zoo. Took the trolley to the Park and then walked through it to the zoo. Very nice half day activity when the weather is good.
#neworleans #nola #zoo #animals #nature #BestOf5 Playin' a little blues on the streets of New Orleans. This is the beignet to die for when in the French Quarter area in New Orleans. I find this beignet better than the one where tourist flock and the wait line is ridiculous. Beignets are fried square shaped doughs and dusted with powder sugar. Shops in the French Quarter Best Charbroiled Oysters EVER!!! Topped with bleu cheese.......
#nola #dragos My all-time fav bar in the world. Finally got back to NOLA to post it on Trover. Killer funk and jazz bands play in the small tin-ceiling slot that runs along side the bar. Pool table and tropical patio out back to relax and chat. Bands play 10 - 4a most nights. Band schedule: http://www.mapleleafbar.com/ Bring me back! With Mardi Gras so close I can't help but feel homesick for this city that I've only had the pleasure of visiting. The colors of the buildings alone make you feel alive! I think there are two times everyone should visit New Orleans: during Mardi Gras and not during Mardi Gras. You get two completely different experiences and they are both different kinds of fun. Cafe du Monde is a must! Best brunch in town! Try the turtle soup!! Bourbon Street in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
This street has it all in terms of entertainment. Bars, live music, restaurants, bright lights, loud sounds, colorful characters, and some seediness.
Great food in many places, nice drinks too. There are plenty of street performers to keep you entertained as well. Quintessential New Orleans building in the French quarter Sometimes the simplest looking dishes are the best. Mother's for just about anything is great but this Shrimp and Oyster Po'Boy is so worth the wait! The best place to drink a hurricane! Outside or in the dueling pianos bar! Careful though, it'll knock you down! Gorgeous spot for a #wedding in #NewOrleans #Louisiana #billandstella2015 History of medical equipment If you are looking for a market experience in NOLA, opt for the Frenchmen Art Market instead of the French Market. This is where the locals come for a good evening and local artwork/crafts. Both authentic and whimsical - can't beat that! Check out http://frenchmenartmarket.com for location and times. You'll see statues like this around town VooDoo in the Crescent City Certainly the best way to move things... Great advertisement along St. Charles Avenue. Coe for a walk to see the grand houses in this leafy section of New Orleans. Bourbon street. My all-time fav bar in the world. Finally got back to NOLA to post it on Trover. Killer funk and jazz bands play in the small tin-ceiling slot that runs along side the bar. Pool table and tropical patio out back to relax and chat. Bands play 10 - 4a most nights. Band schedule: http://www.mapleleafbar.com/ Lune Fete video light show for a limited time details here:
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#architecture The French Quarter in New Orleans at night. A rare moment of relative quiet. Beautiful and humid. Garden District architecture. Take a tram ride on Canal Street! The trams give you the perfect opportunity to tour the city and connects multiple districts. Don't just stick to the French Quarter, get out and explore more of NOLA. Moss covered trees in Audubon Park - NOLA How often do you catch a shot with no cars in your pic? French Quarter Canal Nawlins' If you are in New Orleans and want to see more than the tourist filled streets of the French Quarter. Swing by and rent a bike. Larry had great bikes and gave us suggestions for a full day tour. Incredible neighborhoods, shops, ferry boat ride, parks... Must do!! Sizzling shrimp was sublime in this fancy but approachable little gem. The food was uniformly excellent and I found possibly my favorite cocktail in the world: the Skeleton Key. Rye, ginger beer, lemon juice, and bitters. Perfect Jazz Fest warm up. Jackson Square on a sunny day is a something to fall in love with. #delicious. One of the restaurants at the W W II museum in New Orleans . Great atmosphere , lots of WWII photographs, tv's with old film reels, good music and really good service. gumbo with chicken, sausage and alligator that was fantastic . Parmesan crusted oysters, grilled pork belly with baby arugula and a tomato jam😁😁😁😁😁Local brews, liquor options an Coke products. Prices comparable to local places. Thank a Veteran 🇺🇸 Streetcars are the best form of transportation in New Orleans The cutest little cafe I ever did see I love the colors and architecture of New Orleans. I took hundreds of photos of just buildings Walking around in the swamp requires patience and a good eye to spot all the hidden treasures watching you! #Green Things are still pretty quiet on Bourbon Street as the sun has yet to set! April is in full bloom in New Orleans. One of my favorite places in Audubon Park at the entrance on St.Charles Avenue. #green Just for the tourists - the streets around Bourbon St are awash with Voodoo, zombies and fortune tellers. Perhaps best sampled after a drink or two!  Anne Rice house in the Garden District of New Orleans. she also describes her house in the witching hours the book The signature lighted arch of Cafe Beignet in the bar area at their Decatur St. location in New Orleans, Louisiana. A walk down Canal Street Statues Coffee stand on Decatur St. Known for their beignets. Taste like funnel cake. Cafe Du Monde coffee and Bignet mix. This is a parking garage/liquor store adjacent to the Sheraton. It is a grand reminder of all the infill architecture that is found within the CBD. I love the typography. Cool brick wall next to the fire department This restaurant is in the WWII Museum (which I don't recommend). However, great food and great beer. Low key after a couple of nights whooping it up on Bourbon Street. Historical bar still surviving at After math of Hurricane Katrina; 5 feet of man made beach and torn apart, swept away remnants of a dock. It was quite a depressing and bleak looking town The French Quarter is full of life at all hours of the day. Whether it's people having drinks, parades marching through, children tap dancing, or bands performing. It makes you feel alive in the best of ways.
On my most recent trip to New Orleans, we stumbled upon this band and this quickly became my most favorite photo of the trip. Yes, Ma'am apparently performs at different locations through out the French Quarter, so check out their Facebook page to see where you might catch them when you're in the Crescent City. Jazz music and bowling - what more could you want? The crowd is much more local than Bourbon Street, and it's a fun getaway from the touristy part of town. The Natchez is the only steamboat in New Orleans. They have both dinner and daytime jazz cruises. Make sure to book in advance. Although we didn't actually take a ride on it ourselves, I managed to get a snap of it during our river walk. St Louis Cemetery #3 Chicken Parmagean at a little Italian restaurant in the French Quarter French Quarter in New Orleans. Worth the trip. Much larger than I would have guessed. Take one of the tours on horse drawn carriage. Stumptown Coffee in New Orleans! www.bradleyhanson.com New Orleans Lafayette Cemetery No. 1 on a dark rainy day. 2012. Just wanted a picture of a streetcar... no, this one is not named Desire. This is a public art piece by Sally Heller called Scrap House. It's located in front of Mississippi River Heritage Park across from the Ernest J Morial Convention Centre. Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis serves as mother church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. This church is in the French Quarter area. French Quarters, NOLA Be sure to explore Bourbon Street during the day! You get a completely different atmosphere from the party crowds at night! #photooftheday #jacksonsquare #neworleans #frenchquarter #bourbonstreet #party #travel #traveler #traveling #travelingram #travelblog #travelphotography It's always a party in beautiful New Orleans. The street cars are a signature detail of a historic American city. Garden District, NOLA Looking down Decatur Street Same shot of the French Quarter with a different filter. Riverfront of New Orleans as Hurricane Nate arrived The weather may not have been the best but riding a streetcar was super fun, convenient and kept us dry The Crescent City Connection Bridge in New Orleans runs across the great Mississippi River and is partially covered by a mist in a chilly afternoon.
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Get an overview of this hotelAdults-only New Orleans bed & breakfast in Uptown Historic District, near Lawrence Square

Popular property highlights

Breakfast included
Free self parking
Free WiFi
Smoke-free property
Multilingual staff

Location

Located in Uptown Historic District, this bed & breakfast is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Lawrence Square and within 3 mi (5 km) of National World War II Museum and Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) away.

Property Features

This smoke-free bed & breakfast features concierge services, free newspapers, and multilingual staff. Free continental breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided.

Room Amenities

All rooms are individually decorated and offer free WiFi and hair dryers. For a bit of entertainment, guests will have flat-screen TVs with digital channels, and other amenities include phones and ironing boards.

Languages Spoken

Bed & Breakfast Amenities

Bed & Breakfast Amenities

Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. This New Orleans bed & breakfast also offers multilingual staff, concierge services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Onsite self parking is complimentary.

Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast is a smoke-free property.

  • Free breakfast 
  • Year Built 1891 
  • Total number of rooms - 17 
  • Free self parking 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Smoke-free property 
  • Concierge services 
  • Multilingual staff 
  • Free newspapers in lobby 

Internet

Available in all rooms: Free WiFi

Available in some public areas: Free WiFi

Languages Spoken

  • English

Parking

Free self parking

Room Amenities

  • Air conditioning 
  • Phone 
  • Daily housekeeping 
  • Private bathroom 
  • Hair dryer 
  • Bathtub or shower 
  • Individually decorated 
  • Iron/ironing board 
  • Desk 
  • Digital TV service 
  • Flat-panel TV 
  • Free WiFi 
  • Number of bathrooms -  

Where to Eat

Guests are offered a complimentary continental breakfast.

Nearby Things to Do

The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

  • Bicycle rentals nearby 
  • Golfing nearby 
  • Boat tours nearby 
  • Segway rental/tour nearby 
  • Kayaking nearby 
  • Scooter/moped rentals nearby 

Accessibility

If you have requests for specific accessibility needs, please note them at check-out when you book your room.

  • Accessible bathroom 

Bed & Breakfast Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 3 PM

Check-in time ends at 6 PM

Special check-in instructions:

There is no front desk at this property. To make arrangements for check-in please contact the property at least 24 hours before arrival using the information on the booking confirmation.

Check-out

Check-out time is 11 AM

Payment types

Children and extra beds

  • Children 18 and younger are not allowed at this adults-only property. All guests older than 18 are welcome.
  • Rollaway/extra beds are not available.
  • Cribs (infant beds) are not available.

Pets

  • Pets not allowed

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.

Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.
No rollaway/extra beds available
No cribs (infant beds) available
No elevators
Minimum guest age is 18
Caters to adults only

Bed & Breakfast Name

  • Avenue Inn
  • Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast
  • Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast New Orleans
  • Avenue Hotel New Orleans
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  • Avenue New Orleans

We should mention

Guests under 18 years old are not permitted at this adults-only property.


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