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Cathedral City, California
November 5, 2011
London, United Kingdom
July 10, 2003
The house itself was built in 1820 by the founder of Tulane Law School, and the bottom floor was his office. The remainder of the four-story building was his family quarters. The decor is classic New Orleans -- somewhat garish, nothing matches, and yet there is an air of elegance and decadance that is very appealing. Some of the rooms have balconies over Dumaine Street, and those are the choice spots. Some of the rooms have kitchens, separate bedrooms, and room for two to sleep in the living room.
The courtyard is lovely, and the koi pond has the biggest gold fish you have ever seen. Some scenes from Interview With A Vampire were filmed here, and if that isn't enough, the place is haunted by a gentle female ghost. I have had two encounters with her and several of my friends have also. Royal Street, with all its great shopping and restaurants, is half a block away, and the Clover Grill is right across the street.
The website has lots of pictures and information, and an email link for reservations and inquiries.
From journal Another Side of New Orleans