Swanky Renovated Historic Shotgun in the Bywater

Цялото място: дом с домакин Kyle

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  4. 2 бани
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95% от последните гости оцениха процеса по настаняване с 5 звезди.
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95% от последните гости са оценили комуникацията с Kyle с 5 звезди.


Всяка резервация включва безплатна защита при отменяне от страна на домакина, неточности в описанието на мястото от обявата и други проблеми, като например затруднения при настаняването.
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Come stay at my classy historic renovation in the Bywater neighborhood! Great local bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks all within walking distance of the house. Only a 5 minute walk to Frenchman Street and French Quarter. Owner lives on site. Pets could potentially be accommodated. Case by case basis.

There is a flat screen with smart TV apps in the living room, with access to any app you may have. The WiFi access code is provided at the property. The kitchen is completely furnished with fridge, stove, oven, coffee maker, microwave, washer and dryer. Cutting boards, pots, plates and basics utensils are provided as well. Parking: Our neighborhood has free street parking. Just be sure not to block anyone's driveway and do not park within 10 feet of a street corner. You will be ticketed and possibly towed. Homeowner and Property Manager are not responsible for any tickets/damage/etc. From our location you can walk almost anywhere -- the French Quarter is walking distance plus the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods are fantastic places to explore. You'll find where the locals go to eat drink and dance. Live Like a Local!!!

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Ню Орлийнс, Louisiana, Съединени щати

The bywater is incredible- one of New Orleans funkiest neighborhoods- lots to discover!

Bywater is a neighborhood of the city of New Orleans. A subdistrict of the Bywater District Area, its boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: Florida Avenue to the north, the Industrial Canal to the east, the Mississippi River to the south, and the railroad tracks along Homer Plessy Way (formerly Press Street) to the west. Bywater is part of the Ninth Ward of New Orleans; but it is located along the natural levee of the Mississippi River, sparing the area from significant flooding. It includes part or all of Bywater Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[1]

During New Orleans Mardi Gras, the Society of Saint Anne marching krewe starts their procession on Mardi Gras morning in Bywater and gathers marchers as it travels through the French Quarter, ending at Canal Street. This walking parade of local residents, artists, and performers is preceded by the Bywater Bone Boys Social Aid and Pleasure Club (founded 2005), an early-rising skeleton krewe made up of writers, tattoo artists, painters, set designers, musicians, and numerous other pre–7 a.m. revelers.

After Hurricane Katrina, many survivors flocked to the area as it was less affected by the storm, due to the slightly higher elevation closer to the Mississippi river. Bywater became part of what was known as the "Sliver by the River," meaning neighborhoods that saw no flooding, including Faubourg Marigny, the French Quarter and Irish Channel neighborhoods, and parts of the lower Garden District including St. Charles Avenue.

The area now known as Bywater was mostly plantation land in the colonial era, with significant residential development beginning the first decade of the 19th century as part of what was known as "Faubourg Washington," part of the predominantly Francophone "downtown" section of New Orleans. Many people from France, Spain, and the French Caribbean settled here. During the century, it grew with both white Creoles of French and Spanish descent, as well as mixed-race Creoles of French, Spanish, African, and Native American descent. They were also joined by immigrants from Germany, Italy, and Ireland.

The Bywater is home to the site at which Homer Plessy was removed from an East Louisiana Railroad car for violating the separate car act, an event that resulted in the Plessy v. Ferguson case and the legal doctrine of "separate but equal." Today, a historical marker stands at the intersection of Press Street and Royal Street to commemorate the event.[6]

There was little distinction between this area and what became known as the Lower 9th Ward until the Industrial Canal was dredged in the early 20th century, dividing the two.

A generation knew the area as the "Upper 9th Ward," but as other parts of the 9th Ward above the Canal farther from the River became developed, a more specific name was needed. Inspired by the local telephone exchange designation of Bywater, which fit the neighborhood's proximity to the River and the Canal, the neighborhood was known as "Bywater" by the 1940s.

Real estate development and speculation surrounding the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition prompted many long-term French Quarter residents to move down river, at first into Marigny. By the late 1990s the bohemian, artistic type of communities such as were found in the French Quarter mid-20th century had spread to Bywater, and many long-neglected 19th-century houses began to be refurbished.

Bywater and neighboring Faubourg Marigny are two of the most colorful neighborhoods in the city. The architectural styles borrow heavily from the colonial French and Spanish and have elements of the Caribbean. This blending over the last three centuries has resulted in an architectural style unique to the city of New Orleans.

As the section of Bywater on the River side of St. Claude Avenue was one of the few portions of the 9th Ward to escape major flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, it has made steady progress toward recovery, more so than many other parts of the city.

Домакин: Kyle

  1. Потребител от: юни 2018 г.
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