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Recent Louisiana reviews

  • A month this time!

    "I stayed here for a week with my son (I'm mid-70s, he's 50ish) last year, and enjoyed it so much that I booked it for a month, with two friends, this year. Our plan was to get away from the Iowa winter for a bit, returning on the first day of spring. We each claimed a "room": the person who needed to sleep in the daytime got the bedroom, the one who likes to stay up and watch TV had the sofabed in the living room, and the third set up a cot in the kitchen, using the additional cot mattresses to make a thicker cushion. Everyone was comfortable, although the cot wouldn't be suitable for a taller or much heavier person. The apartment was spotlessly clean and had all needed appliances, linens, etc. There was an extra TV in the bedroom. Both the heating and air conditioning worked well. Abundant hot water. On this lengthy stay, we took full advantage of the kitchen and laundry facilities, and enjoyed sitting on the patio (which certainly wasn't an option at home in the snow!). We traveled by train, and never felt that we needed a car. The neighborhood is great, with a convenience store, restaurants, and pubs within a short walk. If you are interested in architecture, it's fun just to wander about and look at the homes; if you're a jogger, the paved walk along the levee is perfect. The parks and levee have plenty of benches for more sedentary types to perch upon. Also close by is a glass blower's manufactory and shop; they offer an interesting instructional video, and you can see the crafters at work through glass windows at the rear of the store. I only had room for one item in my luggage, but they packed it so carefully that it arrived home unscathed. Should you be seeking a church, there are several nearby, both Catholic and Protestant. The tiny Mount Olivet Episcopal church building was constructed around 1850, entirely of cypress, and the small congregation is very friendly and welcoming. The larger churches looked beautiful. Whenever we wanted, we took the ferry across the river, with access to all the tourist attractions one could desire. We used the streetcars, city bus, and taxis to get around, finding the transportation costs quite reasonable. (I suspect that it would have been more expensive to park a car than to use public transit.) Dina is very responsive, and can be reached by email, text, or phone. I'd recommend the property to anyone, assuming they are fit enough to climb a few steepish steps. I'll be back!"
    Guest: nighthawk1938 Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 22, 2015
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  • Scott delivers what he advertises!

    "My family ( myself, age 49, my 75 year old mother, her 66 yr old girlfriend, and my 52 yr.old husband who dropped in for a few days) had the pleasure of staying in Dr. Scott's home from 10/28-11/4 2014. The home was as advertised, was in impeccable condition, and what a great house. We all had room to spread out, and it was unbelievably convenient to EVERYTHING. We stayed here as I wanted to be in a home neighborhood vs The Quarters. (not that there's anything wrong with that)The restaurants uptown are not to be believed. So good. The house is wonderful, when I travel I always rent villas and will not stay in hotels. This house was the bomb. The jetted tub was alot of fun! and romantic by candlelight. The main bedroom does indeed cover the whole upstairs. Obviously, if you have traveled, you know that quirks arise anywhere, but that was very minimal in our experience. A light or two out does not negate the wonderful experience, and I am so happy that we booked this particular residence. I would stay here again in a hearbeat, if he'd have us. The pics and video are true to life, but don't do the home justice. Magazine street is RIGHT at your fingertips! NO itself is best tip would be the street fair at Freret Market..once a month Sat. got all my souvenirs there. We ate at La Petite Grocery, Commanders Palace, Upperline (Joanne rocks), Atchafalaya, Revolution, , Mr. B's, Coquette, The Italian Barrel, Antoinnes, Irenes, Louisiana Bistro "FEED ME" I did not have a bad meal in NO, period. I highly rec all. Overall? GREAT EXPERIENCE!! Thank you, Scott!"
    Guest: Regina S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 18, 2014
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  • great get away

    "great place ,,,,wonderful view will try to return,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,my only complaint,,,put electricity at gazebo to nite fish,,and an elevator on that hill,,thought I was back in boot camp with the shin splints,,,some of us ain't getting no younger,,, didn't know there was bluffs like that in Louisiana,,,,,,,,,,,,,THANKS great place,,,"
    Guest: nick Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
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  • French Quarter

    "The decor of the apartment was quite exceptional with an image that reflected New Orleans. The location was also ideal being so close to the live jazz on Frenchmen Street. Of particular relevance the instructions for accessing the apartment and finding the apartment key worked perfectly. Thank you"
    Guest: Derek Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 20, 2015
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