Annabelle's House

1716 Milan St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States
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Recommendations in New Orleans

by apbeaches

Thank you for so many wonderful ideas so far! I've never been to New Orleans & my husband was there 25 yrs. ago ... it's so wonderful to be able to ask all of my virtual friends!

I'd love to do one of those Mississippi River Boat rides; what do you recommend? Is the food special & worth a dinner cruise?

The haunted cemeteries look awesome. We understand that it's best to do a guided tour. Any suggestions of cemeteries? Tours?

A bayou sounds pretty cool; any suggestions?

Any evening entertainment recommendations for the last week in March? Jazz might be nice ...

Thanks so much! Andrea

Re: Recommendations in New Orleans

by riorich55

A number of years ago my wife and I were in town and took a walking tour of Cemetery #1 which is just outside of the French Quarter area. This is the oldest of the Cemeteries in town. Cemetery #2 is about 3 blocks away. We also took a tour of a plantation home in one of the suburbs surrounding New Orleans. Can't remember its name, but it was interesting. Ride through the Garden District on the Trolley Car.

Re: Recommendations in New Orleans

by Agraichen

I'd really suggest to do the tours on your own. There are a couple of cemeteries in walking distance from the French Quarter (I do walk a lot though). Restaurants are personal, but I tend to some of the small local places when I've visited. Chez Paul for a "name" place was quite good (much better than Emeril's place). Entertainlment is whatever is happening when you're there. Check Preservation Hall for impromptu...

Re: Recommendations in New Orleans

by Odinnthor

Well there are so many things to do around N'Orleans. For entertainment look for these artists that make the town their home. Dr. John, Wynton Marsalis, The Neville Brothers, Fats Domino, The Ragin' Cajun Doug Kershaw, and many others.

Here is something to get you in the mood, - and if you don't like what the doctor say, - Jackomo finne an dey.....d:o)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuHrpoZaXms

You may want to impress your husband with a carriage ride, great introduction to the city.

http://www.neworleanscarriages.com/

A Mississippi River Cruise can certainly be had. Hard to get bad Louisiana food, but understand that river cruise food is rather mass produced, so son't expect Chez Cajun so to speak,....! The best one in my opinion is the Creole Queen. They have both dinner and jazz cruises, and they also have a bayou trip that is pretty good.

http://www.creolequeen.com/

Hope this helps, and I will leave you with this, just to hammer N'Orleans into your head.......d:o)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFo53qnEMCU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VlAN29BOQxY&feature=related

Travel Tips for New Orleans

New Orleans, Deep South?!?

by jadedmuse

You think you're in the Deep South - and you are, but New Orleans deserves to be recognized in a class by herself, thanks in part to a uniquely European cultural legacy mixed with Haitian and Creole influences.

So, while I acknowledge that New Orleans is geographically located in the South, I refuse to categorize her as a typical representation of The Old South, even though she retains elements (racial and otherwise) of it.

Nowhere else in the United States will you see such beautiful, "cafe au lait" colored skin tones as in New Orleans, paired up with gorgeous blue, green and hazel eyes...here is where you'll come face to face with true Creole offspring.

New Orleans is simply...UNIQUE!

Let yourself go! Just...

by huffress

Let yourself go! Just experience everything you possibley can! Eat the food, drink the beer, be a part of that crazy crowd! Every memory! It was a worry-free fun time with great friends, in a fun-filled place!

Visit the Superdome. It would...

by Mudley

Visit the Superdome. It would be best if you could actually watch a football game instead of just the tour. Don't count on too much from the Saints football team though. But, it is a real rush to be in there for a game. Food, food and more food. The best food in the world.

New Orleans Tip

by Gypsy_King

Here's a picture of the aftermath. The streets are loaded with trash of all sorts, including cups,cans,beer and more than likely urine!

Note: The photo above and the one to the left are taken from the exact same location. Crazy, isn't it!?

Jackson Square

by Helga67

Jackson Square (or Place d'Armes) used to be a place for public meetings and executions. Now it's a nice square to walk around and enjoy the park with its iron benches, flowerbeds, and lawns. From the park you can also make lovely pics of the St. Louis Cathedral and the equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson.

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 Annabelle's House

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Address: 1716 Milan St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70115, United States