I will be visiting New Orleans and I will be staying on Bourbon Street. I am flying and not planning on renting a car. Is there a way to get to the Art District without getting a taxi? I don’t even have any idea where is in relation to Bourbon St…Is there a street car that will take me there?
No, not the Garden District. I know the difference. It’s supposed to be close to French Quarter. I just don’t know where…
It’s about 1 mile from the French Quarter to the farther edges of the Warehouse District. Its just past the Central Business District, and is roughly bordered by Poydras Street to Lee Circle, and from the River to St. Charles. There are museums that would probably be considered to be included in the Warehouse or Arts District that are located as close in to the French Quarter as Poydras, which is the first major street past Canal. You can also take the St. Charles streetcar to Julia, which is where most of the main galleries are located.
Visit http://www.bigeasy.com/maps/ and click on the Central Business District map, which has the Warehouse District clearly marked.
The New Orleans Saints are giving fans another jolt of Super Bowl euphoria. Carnival floats carrying players, coaches and the team’s owner rolled through downtown New Orleans for a victory parade Tuesday. (Feb. 9)
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Located at the edge of the French Quarter and within walking distance of the citys attractions, youre just steps away from all the things to do in New Orleans including the fabulous New Orleans cuisine, amazing nightlife and renowned culture of the Big Easy. Choose from studio, 1- and 2-bedroom New Orleans vacation villas, all with full kitchens and some with balconies. The resort is full of old-world flavor while offering one ultra-modern luxury—a rooftop sundeck and hot tubperfect for viewing the French Quarter, Mississippi River and other New Orleans attractions you came to see.
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The legendary clarinetist Pete Fountain performs with cornetist Connie Jones’ French Quarter Festival All-Stars. Also, Otis Bazoon on sax, Tim Laughlin on clarinet, Rick Trolsen on trombone, David Boeddinghaus on piano, Bryan Barberot on drums. I forget the bassist’s name. Intro by Ronnie Kole. The opening tune is “Clarinet Marmalade”, with “St. Louis Blues” in the second part. What a way to kick off French Quarter Fest 2009!
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The Inn on Bourbon, Bourbon Orleans and Royal Sonesta are the only balconies overlooking bouron street.
The Chateau Sonesta and Astor Crowne Plaza MAY have a room or two with balconies overlooking the 100 block of Bourbon (which isnt that great).
Lafitte Guest House is in the quieter 1000 block and has some balconies.
The new HBO series the Treme is set in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. For those that lived it, it is more than a TV show, it is real life. Nothing brings “real life” home more than death. I was background (an extra) in a Cafe Du Monde scene for the new HBO series Treme’ yesterday. So I was there when co-producer David Mills collapsed during filming. He was taken away by ambulance but we were not really sure what had happened. I just found out he passed away as the result of a brain aneurysm. David Mills was an Emmy-award-winning writer for HBO’s The Wire and co-executive producer of the upcoming drama Treme, set in New Orleans. He was 48 years old. Rest in peace David. See the attached article for more info.
by Sharon Denise Talbot
I am looking to purchase new orleans saints stuff for my room and to wear.do you know of any websites with new orleans saints merchandise
You can try the NFL site. I’m sure they will ship to Australia. The Saints are a good team to root for.
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The Lost Bayou Ramblers perform at the French Quarter Festival, April 18, 2009. New Orleans, Louisiana. I don’t know the name of this song. Sorry about the camera work, but the dancers got in the way and I moved for a better spot. My bad!
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