5 Continents Bed and Breakfast New Orleans

1731 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States
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How safe is the 1700 Pauger Street in NO area?

by CBCarroll

We're renting an apt. in the 1700 block of Pauger Street and I'm concerned about the area's safety. Can anyone give me any insight please?!?! It has gated parking, but should we just park the vehicle and take cabs all the time? I really don't treasure the thought of getting mugged while getting into the apt. And, with this being my fiance's first time there (and essentially our honeymoon) I surely don't want anything bad to happen! I know to remove everything out of our vehicles and not to dress flashy, but any other suggestions? Avoid going further north, east or west? Can we safely walk from Frenchman back home?

Thanks in advance!!

Re: How safe is the 1700 Pauger Street in NO area?

by goodfish

I should probably leave this to a NOLA native but just looked it up on a map and see that it's virtually on Pauger and North Rampart. N. Rampart is a street they warn visitors about avoiding - especially at night - in most guidebooks BUT don't worry yet: this particular area might be OK and hope to hear from a local on this topic.

Any help here for the newlywed?

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Creole architecture

by Jonathan_C

There's no doubt about it. The Creole townhouses in the French Quarter are some of the prettiest multi-story buildings I've ever seen. These went up after the fires of 1788 and 1794 when New Orleans was under Spanish dominion. The general plan was for a three story building with a shop or retail on the ground floor and living quarters with small balconies above. The supported cast iron 'galleries' were added in the mid 1800s.

Hmmm... "Ground floor retail with living space above." Those are exactly the same requirements specified in the new neighborhood zoning in Seattle and other progressive cities. It sure has taken us a long time to get back to this tried and true plan.

Go to Houstons it is a great...

by lazie

Go to Houstons it is a great reastraunt to eat at if you like fancy food they have some of the greatest dishes. I love to go to the French Quarter you can just hang out and enjoy the sights and shops.

There are so many restaurants...

by Egrimreap4

There are so many restaurants down here I would have to say : visit them all!!! or at least make it to the ACME oyster house! or Al Copelands famous Popeyes (cajun Chicken) Don't miss the Mardi Gras parades. We have so much fun during the month of February and March! People party like their last night on Earth!

They Only Tolerate Drinkable Hurricanes

by keeweechic

With Hurricane Isidore about to hit New Orleans, a lot of business' sandbagged their doors and bordered up their windows. Of course the shutters work well in New Orleans as well. There was a door still bordered up with this sign.... referring both to the Hurricane about to hit... and the famous Hurricane drink of New Orleans.

Largest Singles Mixer out there

by ATXtraveler

Mardi Gras is also very well known for single people to go out and meet their own kind. Out of my 5 friends who attended the bachelor party, only 2 were currently still available, which meant that the other 3 of us were required to recruit eligible women to meet the single guys.

Mission was accomplished here, as Coli was able to meet this nice young lady and enjoy conversation and beverages.

Enjoy Mardi Gras, and remember the camera always tells the truth in the morning.

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 5 Continents Bed and Breakfast New Orleans

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Address: 1731 Esplanade Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States