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lindda 27th October 2002 - 1:34 PM
xperience the New Orleans not written about in tourist guides for only one hundred dollars a night up to 4 people. Be a temporary resident during Mardi Gras, Southern Decadence, Super Bole or other special event in New Orleans. .http://www.geocities.com/orleansbywater



Creole cottage camelback for rent in Bywater voted Americas most intrusting neighborhood by MTV .Two bedrooms Fully equipped kitchen with antique stove condements, dishes and dishwasher. We even have cookbooks so you can learn to cook Cajun.Offstreet fenced parking beautiful private 2 lot private outdoor area

Bywater is home to many an artist and musician. You might wander into a Bywater bar and be delighted by hearing Little Freddie King Bobbie Lewis Bucth Travette.
Or even Kermit Ruffins all with no cover as this is their neighborhood.

# There are 3 busses including the Desire bus named after the famous Desire streetcar written about in Tennessee Williams famous novel A. Streetcar Named Desire.
Mr. Williams would find the residents of toadays Bywater as worthy of the pen as the ones he wrote about.
Bywater Hosts its own Stella calling contest. The famous Melatron festival. The Decadence ball as well as being home to the Famous adult Crew The Keue Du Viaux
A kind of X rated political satire parade That starts in the Bywater goes thru the French Quarter to Canal St.
Your Hosts Pearl and David, who was born in the area will be happy to show you the inside New Orleans so don't hesitate to send questions. We often accompany guests to parades and other events as we have inside knowledge and more importantly family and friends with bathrooms all along the parade route including the St. Charles area.
direct your browser to Bywater new Orleans and you will find several fine sites on the area.
Linda Pearl
504 947 5454


 
 


Robert Knox27th October 2002 - 1:34 PM
I just read your notice on the cottage for rent. My wife and I are planning to visit New Orleans and relatives in April, 2003 during the French Quarter Festival. Is this an attached cottage or a stand-a-lone structure?. What is the weekly price of the rental?
 
 


L Pearl29th October 2002 - 6:32 AM
Hi
The cottage stands alone and is located in Bywater 2 miles from the French Quarterhttp://www.geocities.com/orleansbywater. the downstairs has 2 bedrooms, kicthen bath.We have a beautifull 2 lot garden with offstreat parking.The best part is you can walk to the French Quarter Festival.Its about 1 1/2 miles but there are also 3 busses that run often.Bywater has the most deverse archatexyure in New Orleans so I allways walk camra in hand.I am tour guide trained as well.

This is a in my oppinion better alternative to a hotel. Many locals rent by the night one of the advantages is a kicthen with condements and cookware. Saves money on some of the meals that can be fixed at home like breakfast although everyone should have breakfast at Brennans once.

Creole cottage camelback for rent in Bywater voted Americas most intrusting neighborhood by MTV. Two bedrooms Fully equipped kitchen with antique stove condiments, dishes and dishwasher. We even have cookbooks so you can learn to cook Cajun . Offstreet fenced parking beautiful private 2 lot private outdoor area

Bywater is home to many an artist and musician. You might wander into a Bywater bar and be delighted by hearing Little Freddie King Bobbie Lewis Bucth Travette.
Or even Kermit Ruffins all with no cover as this is their neighborhood.
# There are 3 busses including the Desire bus named after the famous Desire streetcar written about in Tennessee Williams famous novel A. Streetcar Named Desire.
Mr. Williams would find the residents of toadays Bywater as worthy of the pen as the ones he wrote about.
Bywater Hosts its own Stella calling contest. The famous Melatron festival. The Decadence ball as well as being home to the Famous adult Crew The Keue Du Vaux
A kind of X rated political satire parade That starts in the Bywater goes thru the French Quarter to Canal St.
Your Host Pearl will be happy to show you the inside New Orleans so don't hesitate to send questions. We often accompany guests to parades and other events as we have inside knowledge and more importantly family and friends with bathrooms all along the parade route including the St. Charles area.direct your browser to Bywater new Orleans and you will find several fine sites on the area.
Linda Pearl
504 947 5454


 
 





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