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Visit New Orleans Because You Can

October 28th, 2011 by bbnola

There is really no better reason to visit New Orleans. It’s a fascinating city, unlike any other in the country. It pulses with music and history and food. It’s romantic, it’s creative, it’s mysterious.

Come discover New Orleans. Poke around its neighborhoods, taste its food, and admire its architecture. Stay at one of the many New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts scattered throughout the city and explore at your leisure.

Stay up past your bed time, sleep in, eat well, dance…. that’s what visiting New Orleans is all about.

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New Orleans - a city filled with mystery and delight.




New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum

October 17th, 2011 by bbnola

Voodoo is a fascinating subject for a museum, if an unsettling one. Just what is it? Is it real? Is it dangerous? Find out the next time you visit New Orleans, with a trip to the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum.

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Learn about the fascinating history of Voodoo at the New Orleans Voodoo Museum.

Voodoo arrived in New Orleans with African people, back when the city was first founded. It has been here ever since, morphing and adapting to the civilization and culture of the new world. Its roots are ancient, but it is not a “dead” art; in New Orleans, Voodoo evolved into a fascinating blend of West African religion and Catholicism.

Many of the Africans who were transported to New Orleans during the early 18th century came from a region in West Africa that is today the Republic of Benin. The Fon people who lived there called spirits “Vodoun”. Spirits and ancestors were a big part of the world view of the Fon people, and they became a big part of Voodoo as it was practiced in and around New Orleans.

To spend time at the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum is to delve into one of the most fascinating aspects of New Orleans culture. The museum has helped people from all walks of life learn more about Voodoo. Without being pedantic, it presents a vast amount of information and artifacts.

Stop by the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum the next time you’re in town. It is located in the heart of the French Quarter, near several New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts. You may never be the same again.

Please visit the Historic Voodoo Museum for additional information.

Please visit our French Quarter Bed and Breakfasts for a list of inns near the museum.


October 11th, 2011 by bbnola

Halloween and New Orleans go together. The city that loves to dress for any occasion knows how to treat Halloween right. Indeed, the end of October is one of the most entertaining times to head to New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts.

Since no celebration is complete in New Orleans without music, Halloween coincides with the VOODOO Music Experience. This year, VOODOO runs from October 28-30. For three days, City Park will be filled with great musicians, food booths, shop booths, and art.

VOODOO Music Experience 2011 is bringing some of the biggest name in entertainment to New Orleans:

The Raconteurs play VOODOO MUSIC EXPERIENCE 2011

  • Soundgarden
  • Cassy
  • My Chemical Romance
  • Snoop Dog
  • Blink-182
  • Lee Burridge
  • The Raconteurs
  • Cheap Trick
  • Soul Clap
  • and The Original Meters


But VOODOO isn’t just about music. Large-scale interactive art installations will be placed throughout City Park. Curators Stefan Beese and Stephen Rehage are bringing the work of acclaimed international artists to New Orleans. The art is vibrant and celebrates technology, experimentation, and electronic media. It is also sustainable. Anticipate visceral reactions.

VOODOO Music Experience brings thousands of people to New Orleans each year. Don’t be caught without a room. There are many New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts within walking distance to City Park. Find one today.

Additional information is available at VOODOO Music Experience.


The Street Performers of New Orleans

October 4th, 2011 by bbnola

New Orleans is unlike any other city in the United States. Music infuses nearly every inch of the city and every special occasion. Weddings, births, deaths – all merit music, and possibly a parade as well.

With a reputation for acceptance, tolerance, and creativity, street performers flock to New Orleans. Some are born and bred here, to be sure, but others are lured here by the promise of relaxed and generous crowds. Guests of New Orleans Bed and Breakfasts are sure to see at least a few buskers during their stay.

Watch a few of the performers who grace the streets of New Orleans. Imagine yourself there, laughing or swaying to the beat. Then find a New Orleans Bed and Breakfast that’s to your liking, and be on your way.

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Stumps the Clown

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