It’s hard imagine Louisiana without thinking of New Orleans and Mardi Gras. It’s much more than just drinking with reckless abandon, however. Whether or not you decide to indulge in the festivities, or just take in the parades, music, and cuisine, you’re going to want a quiet place to rest. The Cornstalk Hotel on Royal street in the French Quarter is just a block over from the infamous Bourbon street. Built in 1816, this beautiful Victorian style manor is just the place to relax and unwind. There is endless fun in the French Quarter including the Vampire tours that take you to places used to film Ann Rice’s “An Interview with a Vampire”. If you’re more of a paranormal buff and looking forward to exploring the ghosts of New Orleans, then look no further than The Cornstalk Hotel. The building is said to be home to some unique residents.
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