With several centuries of rich history, delicious Creole and Cajun cuisine, and loads of jazz music, New Orleans, Louisiana has a vibrant culture. This beautiful hallway in Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans runs the length of the house and is nearly half a block long. It is decorated with colorful paintings. Featured in this hallway is an elaborate costume once worn by the B&B's owner David Johnson, a former king of one of the city's largest Mardi Gras parades.
Auld Sweet Olive Bed & Breakfast is in a restored Creole Bungalow in the historic Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, just a short distance from the French Quarter. It is also very close to Frenchman Street, which is lined with music clubs. The owners call the inn a "live-in work of art," and each room has eclectic and individual decor with a tree motif.