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Visiting New Orleans for a family trip, and ended up staying at this beautiful house! It sleeps 12 so there was plenty of room for everyone and then some. Great kitchen area, washers, dryers, and a comfy patio outside. Full of space and southern charm!
This Opelousas Inn, in quaint Algiers Point, offered a quiet place to stay away from the hustle and bustle of Bourbon Street and downtown New Orleans, but still offered quick access to downtown New Orleans via the ferry. The walk to the ferry was a...More
We loved this area of New Orleans...Algiers Point. Just a ferry ride (it's free) to the French Quarter. We enjoyed breakfast at Tout Suite Cafe and gumbo at the Dry Dock Cafe. We recommend this "no frills" bed and breakfast for anyone looking for a...More
US$89 - US$150 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sitting pretty across the Mississippi River from the rambunctious French Quarter, the Crescent City’s second oldest neighborhood is as historic and as scenic as any – just a lot less showy about it. With its numerous 19th and early 20th century homes and plentiful parks and riverside green space for cycling and walking, subdued and low key Algiers yields the best views of New Orleans and offers a quiet haven
from the hustle and bustle in other parts of town. Most of the area’s activity, for visitors anyway, takes place at Algiers Point where the famous Canal Street / Algiers Ferry has been the main attraction since 1827 and is still giving folks one of the best rides in town at very affordable rates. Restaurants, bars and music venues here all but guarantee the utmost of authentic experiences sans any hype or high prices.