Monday, June 2, 2008

Shop New Orleans! Come to My Bed and Breakfast

Kevin Stone Antiques


Juliet Home Furnishings

Villa Vici


New Orleans has the best shopping!
Decor, Furniture, Antiques, Cute Clothes, Shoes...

Magazine Street is described as the Soho of the South!
The French Quarter has many more wonderful shops
There are dozens and dozens and dozens of fantastic stores

When you get tired, there are tons of places
to have a cocktail and a bite to eat

Come and stay with us in our Bed and Breakfast
in our well appointed home just steps from Magazine Street

Weekend Package - check in Thursday check out Monday -
Up to 4 nights and 3 days - The perfect girly getaway!

Price $600. is for one or two persons
  • Includes weekend stay
  • With breakfast, and evening cocktails and nibbles
  • Queen size bed in a fully decorated home
  • With your own private bathroom
  • I will take you around to all the best places to shop
  • Guided tour of the prettiest places in New Orleans
  • We'll even pick you up at the airport...

Book now:
Or call me Valorie Hart 504 875-0526

These weekends available:

June 14-15
June 21-22

July 4th weekend still open! (July 4, 5, 6)

July 19-20
July 26-27

Paypal -

or a check made payable to Valorie Hart

please mail to:
Valorie Hart
808 Washington Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70130


Fifi Flowers said...

do you have a bed and breakfast? how lovely! I've gotta plan a trip to New Orleans... one place I have always wanted to go, but sadly never made it... YET!

visual vamp said...

Fifi I'm waiting for you! Yes we have a guest room that we use for B & B guests. We are tango teachers, and people come to stay with us to take private coaching. So we are set up for guests. Joni gave me the idea of offering it to decor bloggers because New Orleans has so many great decor things to do. Bring your paints, because you will be so inspired in NOLA. I can set up a little stand for you in Jackson Square, and you can make a little spending money selling your wonderful paintings! BTW have you tried your Earthquake Cocktail yet?

Fifi Flowers said...

WOW... that's quite an offer... I will have to do a few more paintings on the street corner here to buy the plane ticket.

Now that you mention the earthquake cocktail... I looked it up...
This is what it saidThe Tremblement de Terre (or " Earthquake ") Cocktail has been attributed to the French Post-Impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec . The name is derived from its effects, which tend to "shake up" the drinker. In a wine goblet mix: 3 parts Absinthe; 3 parts Cognac Variants

How fitting it is attributed to an artist... I fear if I drink one of those I could never paint again!