Oakwood At Cotton Mill

920 Poeyfarre Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States
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how's the oil leak affected the food in new orleans?

by LIifeLover

or better yet the tourism? Food is a big reason I love nola, and wondering how the restaurants are handling this? Any news on that topic?

Re: how's the oil leak affected the food in new orleans?

by swancity

If you're in New Orleans, make sure try the restaurant Red fish Grill,the specialty of the house is the red fish,...oh..it's so good,wondering if the oil leak affected the fishes there..more likely I assume

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by grandmaR

Since it would be impossible to put all my photos or even all my good photos under New Orleans without putting the tip structure into overload, I've made some subsidiary pages at nearby locations.

Additional photos and descriptions are under
Algiers (Mardi Gras World)
Chalmette (Battle of New Orleans site)
Garden District
Jean Lafitte (Swamp Tour)
Jean Lafitte National Historic Park - French Quarter Unit
and Vacherie (Oak Alley)

Walk around the French Quarter...

by kucha

Walk around the French Quarter during daylight hours. The ornate architecture and hanging gardens are lovely. Exploring the Quarter during the early morning hours on a Sunday. Everything was perfectly quiet, as people recovered from Saturday night partying and we got beautiful photos of some ofthe most beautiful townhouses.

Go to the french quarter, it...

by nosh

Go to the french quarter, it stinks (really it does! like stale alcohol and mule poop) But despite that, it is a place you have to see, there is no other place that I have been to like it, like they say laissez le bon temps roulez!
(let the good times roll) The Louisiana Pizza Kitchen has the best and most interesting pizza I have ever tasted, try the crawfish pizza it's fantastic...hopefully it's still there. Definetely I miss the food the most, the small not so touristy restaurants are really the best. You know...where the locals eat! The people are very laid back and not to concerned about much other than enjoying life.

Unique Grocery Store

by aphrodyte

We found this gem of a convenience store on the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (NORTA). When I decided on the hotel that we were going to stay at...my next concern was public transportation. (Walking around can get tiresome)

I knew we were going to be using busses and streetcars so the most natural thing to do was get the visitour passes. With visitour passes you can have unlimited use of any bus or streetcar within its validity and you don't have to think about exact change.

Unique Grocery was the closest one to our hotel that sold the passes. They were very friendly and attentive. You don't have to go to this particular grocery store to purchase the passes as a matter of fact there are several areas to where you can buy them. The bus and street car operators offer the one day passes.

(One way - can cost between $1.25 to $2.00)

VisiTour Pass
1 DAY : $5.00
3 DAY : $12.00

Unique Grocery
127 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

http://www.norta.com/passes/visitour.php

The Mississippi!

by kim83_50158

The Mississippi is an integral part of the south, especially New Orleans. The Delta is several miles south of the city, but it is widest at this point. There are old paddle-wheels running constantly. Sometimes you can see huge cruise ships docked by the Riverwalk, and they always throw streamers off...see cruise ships off was an all-time fave oppurtunity for my cousins and I when we were little! Occasionally U.S. military ships visit or are docked on the river. It's really interesting!

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