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A Few Days in The Crescent City

A February 2005 trip to New Orleans by chaiaday

Quote: What else is there to do in a city known for partying? How about viewing art, listening to music, eating wonderful meals, or strolling along one of the most beautiful streets in America? New Orleans has something to fit everyone's needs... even an ex-partier like myself.

Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast

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The house is two stories, with all three guest rooms on the first floor. To get to two of the guest rooms, you enter through a very small courtyard. We stayed in the Ingenue Room, which, while not that large, was extremely clean, with a queen-size bed and an attached bathroom (shower/tub combo) that had lots of towels and storage space for our luggage. For our use in the room, we had a microwave, cable TV, and a well-stocked fridge with coffee and juice. Fresh muffins, Danishes, and fruit were delivered every day. Karen, the owner/hostess, was great and thought of a lot of the little touches. For instance, since it was Valentine's Day week, she had a dozen roses waiting in the room upon our a...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on May 5, 2005

Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast
1830 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
(504) 940-0943