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A September 2004 trip to New Orleans by 12CGTV

Historic French Market Hotel Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana More Photos
Quote: This was my third trip to New Orleans,and my first time staying in the Quarter. I stayed at the Historic French Market Inn,a great location on Decatur Street. This time I rented a car and went out of town to see the Oak Alley Plantation.

Historic French Market Hotel

Hotel | "The Historic French Market Inn"

Historic French Market Hotel Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
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The Historic French Market Inn is in a great location next to the water and 2 blocks from Jackson Square. The Hotel has a coffee shop and a bar and a nice courtyard. I stayed in room no. 335. It had two queen-sized beds, two large windows, and a large bathroom. The room had a TV, coffee maker, iron, iron board, and good air conditioning.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on September 6, 2004

Historic French Market Hotel
501 Rue Decatur
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
(888) 538-5651

Razzos

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Razzos Bourbon St. Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Razzos is a bar on Bourbon Street, they have 3x1 Beers for 4 dollars, dancing and karaoke. They have a courtyard with a fountain and tables if you want to drink and party outside.

The Dock

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Lake Ponchatrain Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
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The Dock is a bar and restaurant on Lake Ponchatrain. The Dock has three levels, all with great views of the water. They have a lot of food and drink speicals and live music in the evening.

Acme Oyster House

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French Quarter Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Acme Oyster House in the Quarter. It is a fun place with good food and drinks. Gumbo, Red Beans, Jambalaya, Oysters, all at good prices. This is a very popular place for locals and out of towners.
Plantation Photo, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Oak Alley Plantation is located on the Mississippi River, between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The plantation was built in 1839 by a wealthy French Creole sugar planter from New Orleans.

Open daily 9 to 5; admission is $10 for adults.