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New Orleans, Louisiana, United States  (# 34550)
 1870 Banana Courtyard French Quarter/New Orleans B
  VacationsFRBO New Orleans Vacation Rentals Property ID 34550 New Orleans Rental  

Major City: New Orleans French Qtr.
Distance: 0 mi

Type:   House
Area: In City

Bedrooms: 8
Sleeps: 26
Baths: 8.5
Size: Sq Ft

Internet: Yes
Pets OK: No
Pool: No
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: Yes
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: No

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Name: the banana lady

Phone: 800-842-4748, 504-947-4475

Languages: English

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VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2008-11-13

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Ooh la la. (Naughty. In 1800s, bordello catering to society’s elite).
Bed and breakfast now, great location, French Quarter ½ block,
BOURBON St. 3 min. ROMANTIC: COURTYARD, hammock, BALCONY suite, porch
swing, antiques, MARDI GRAS costume display. Low season $60 up, ALL

LAGNIAPPE: Live like a N’Awlins local with our INSIDER Eguides:
music, dancing, restaurants, food, history, culture, sightseeing.

Yesiree, rates incl. tax, FREE local ‘phone calls, WIFI, soft drinks,
bottled water (a wine or beer) & Continental bkfst. for B&B guests.

No car needed. Easy walk to tourist attractions & conv. center, but
PARKING avail. On public transport. Rooms, suites + studio apt, all
private ensuite bathrooms.



Courtyard, verandah, HAMMOCK, porch swing, patio, FREE local ‘phone
calls, WIFI,
soft drinks, bottled water (a wine or beer) & Continental bkfst. for
B&B guests. Gas grill, fireplaces, all private ensuite bathrooms,
some bedrooms have ensuite mini fridge, microwave and coffee.

All rooms have access to refrigerator, iron and board, coffe maker,



From the B&B, you can walk to all the French Quarter's attractions:

Meander down the avenue under a canopy of century old live oak trees
Enjoy the street performers, taro card readers, artists, mimes at
Jackson Square
Marvel at the oldest cathedral in the USA: St. Louis Cathedral (or go
to St. Mary's Church for a splendid chapel, few have the opportunity
to see)
Join the throngs of revelers for a taste of nightlife on Bourbon St.
Conjecture about who can afford the European antiques on Royal St.
Savor our wonderful food, everything from an oyster boat sandwich to
a seafood or roast beef po-boy, a muffuletta sandwich (Yep. That's
the world famous sandwich that everyone misspells and few can
pronounce - you buy it at Central Grocery), beignets, world class
At your leisure, into the wee hours of the mourning, enjoy the sights
and sounds of New Orleans: dance clubs, bars, and music (from Zydeco
& Cajun music, R&B, Blues to Jazz)
Shop 'til you drop at the many fine shops in the French Quarter
Explore our many interesting (and some free) museums
Hop on the Riverfront streetcar line, then get on the free ferry
shuttle to the 2nd oldest neighborhood in New Orleans: Algiers Pointe
Browse through a plethora art in our numerous galleries
Bargain shop at the French Market and flea market/Bazaar
Float down the Mississippi River on one of the riverboat cruises
Explore Jax Brewery (shopping/dining complex)
Watch a sea horse give birth at the Aquarium of the Americas
Sip on chicory coffee and nibble on a beignet @ Cafe du Monde
Experience the pageantry of our parades during Mardi Gras, St.
Patrick's Day and other occasions (they say that anyone dropping a
hat on the ground is an excuse to have a parade in the French
Quarter. Even a funeral can be an excuse for a Jazz parade)
Shiver at the stories told during ghost and haunted history tours
Have your own Voodoo doll or gris-gris bag made at the spiritual
temple or put your "X" on Marie Laveau's grave while on a tour
Hop in a van for a plantation tour
Jump into the bus taking you to the swamp and bayou for a tour and
look at the wildlife

AND it's an EASY, quick WALK from the B&B to other nearby
attractions and sites (the banana lady walks from one end of the
French Quarter to the other in 15 minutes, MAX, but I'm not peeking
into courtyards, and looking through shop windows):
The Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
The Riverwalk and Canal Place (shopping/dining complexes)
Historic, above-ground cemeteries (Saint Louis # 1 and 2)
Louis Armstrong Park & African American Museum
Gamble the night away at Harrah's Casino
BY historic St. Charles streetcar or Canal Streetcars, Mississippi
River passenger ferry, bicycle, or other city bus, trolley or
The Superdome
Tennis, horseback riding, golf courses, roller-blade, paddleboat &
canoe rentals
City Park: Bestoff Sculpture Garden, lagoons, gazebos, botanical
gardens, the historic Dueling Oak, children's amusement park with
antique carousel
New Orleans Center (shopping/dining complex)
Treasure hunt on Magazine Street Antique (along 6-miles is the
shopping area where the locals buy their antiques, collectibles and
junk, eat and drink, and shop at fine boutiques!)
Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo (natural habitat) + Botanical Gardens
Garden District, Uptown, & University Districts
Riverbend shopping and restaurant area
New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)
Mardi Gras World
D-Day Museum (now World War II Museum)
Lake Ponchartrain and the Mardi Gras Fountain with its krewe markers
St. Louis #3 historic Cemetery, Metairie Cemeteries
Tulane, Loyola Universities
Further afield (by car, taxicab or tour bus):
Acadiana (Cajun Country)
swamps and bayous

Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, Bourbon St., Royal St., po-boy
sandwich, muffuletta
sandwich, Central Grocery, beignets, dance clubs, bars, music,
Zydeco, Cajun R&B, Blues, Jazz,
museums, Riverfront streetcar, Algiers Point, art galleries, French
Market, flea market, Mississippi
River, riverboat cruises, Jax Brewery, Aquarium of the Americas,
chicory coffee, Cafe du Monde,
Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day, Jazz parade, 2nd line parade, Jazz
funerals, haunted history tours,
Voodoo, gris-gris bag, Marie Laveau's grave , plantations, swamp,
bayou, Ernest N. Morial
Convention Center, The Riverwalk shopping center, Canal Place
shopping center, Historic,
above-ground cemeteries, Saint Louis # 1,Louis Armstrong Park,
African American Museum, Back
Street Cultural Museum, Mardi Gras Indians, Harrah's Casino, St.
Charles streetcar, Canal
Streetcar, Mississippi River passenger ferry, The Superdome, Tennis,
golf courses, City Park,
Bestoff Sculpture Garden, botanical gardens, the historic Dueling
Oak, children's amusement
park with antique carousel, Magazine Street Antique and shopping
area, Audubon Park, Audubon
Zoo, Garden District, Uptown, University District, New Orleans Museum
of Art, NOMA, Mardi Gras
World, WWI Museum, Ogden Museum, D-Day Museum, JazzFest, Lake
Ponchartrain, Mardi Gras
Fountain, St. Louis #3 historic Cemetery, Metairie Cemeteries, Tulane
University, Loyola
University, Acadiana, Cajun Country, swamp tours, riverboat, tours



Rates start as low as $59/night off/low season (nope, only a couple of our accommmodatins are this cheap), up to $225/night JazzFest. Yesiree, rates INCLUDE ALL applicable tax, FREE local telephone calls, wireless Internet, WIFI, soft drinks, bottled water (a wine or beer) & Continental breakfast for guests staying at main B&B. See "Bah, Humbug' section no web site for policies.


     Home Exchange 

Last week March and 1st week April. Will consider swap for house
in Tuscany, Italy or near Florence, Italy. Obviously, swap will not
include all rooms at B&B, but will include kitchen priviledges, if
kitchenette is not adequate.


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