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September 23, 2003
From journal New Orleans by train
NY, New York
January 23, 2005
From journal New Orleans the Big Easy
November 10, 2003
You can take the St. Charles Streetcar to the zoo. It's a nice place to take children and they have a MacDonalds as well as other places to stop for lunch.
From journal Lagniappe in New Orleans
May 20, 2007
From journal New Orleans: 9 Months After Katrina
June 11, 2003
From journal Easter week trip 2002
July 17, 2000
From journal The Best of New Orleans
May 23, 2003
It's very easy to get to on the St. Charles trolley. From the trolley, you can choose to walk to the mile and a half to the entrance or ride the shuttle that arrives approximately every 15 minutes.
From journal Nawlins Essentials
New York, New York
June 10, 2003
There's a three-mile path that wraps around the park with designated space for leisure walkers, joggers, bikers, and roller-bladers. It's a favorite place to take the pooch for a stroll. There's also paths for horseback riding (stables are located near the Zoo) and a few ponds teeming with turtles and ducks with benches alongside. Encircled by the path, is a brand new golf course open to the public for a fee.
Have a romantic picnic on the grass. Read a book on one of the many benches or in a gazebo. Let the kids play in the playground. Have a barbecue. No matter what you do, try to take a little time in Audubon Park. It's a gem and a great place to unwind when your wallet (or your hangover) needs a break.
NOTE: While very safe during the day, I would NOT use the park after dark.
From journal Downtime in the Big Easy
las vegas, Nevada
September 10, 2000
From journal "Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez" Let the Good Times Roll
New Orleans, Louisiana
July 27, 2000
From journal New Orleans for the family?