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August 5, 2004
As for the interior, it looks exactly like the pictures posted on their website. The Hilton it is not, but who wants to stay at a boring, uniform hotel when you're in New Orleans, a city known for its colorful architecture and quirky, unique charm?
Although I barely got to speak to Hugh, Mary was an absolute darling. They say they specialize in first-time travelers, and they mean it. After greeting me at the door and showing me to my room, she actually walked me down to Bourbon Street, gave me a street map, and pointed out some places of interest. They also sent me a ton of information before my visit. Now what other bed and breakfast do you know of that will go that far out of their way for guests?
From journal Criminals and Pirates and Prostitutes, Oh My!
January 27, 2003
The accommodations are comfortable and the owners do not skimp on comfort. However, it seems that the owners try hard to leave you to your own and do not engage in idle chatting for very long. It is unknown whether this is because of past experiences or whether they wish to be left alone in their own lifestyles.
From journal Fun Time in New Orleans - No matter what your age!