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The Parisian Courtyard Inn
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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed March 9, 2003

Me and my friend stayed there for about 10 days in July 2002. Its cheap, conveniently located, and reasonably well equipped for a hostel. We stayed in the double room at the very top of the building which had two double beds, air conditioning and a shower. The atmosphere wasn't as good as we heard it would be from the guide book - we never really met anyone else and it was curiousley quiet most of the time. They were doing it up at the time so some rooms were off limits. The whole place had the really nice smell of an old wooden building which for some strange reason added to the stay. There's also a 24 hour bar around the block which is great for playing pool with strange people until the sun comes up. As for ghosts, my friend claims he woke up at about 6 in the morning and there were unexplainable voices coming from the air conditioning! So watch out...

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Los Angeles, CA
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Reviewed August 29, 2002

The house is a guesthouse/hostel (more of a hostel) and is a unique, safe place to stay in New Orleans. It ain't the cleanest establishment -- as improvements are greatly needed on the structure and an interior remodel would serve
it well, however... the people were always nice (I heard conversations in French, Korean, English, Japanese and German all in one night!), towels and linens always clean, shower curtain always ripped, a decent kitchen to cook and store food at, and the location is prime! (I am really afraid to tell actually, as it's a nice inexpensive secret tucked away in the otherwise sort-of expensive Garden District area of New Orleans.)

We heard it was haunted, but sorry, during my three stays there, we never a peep from a ghost, just some unlucky drunk who had to puke one night and his groans and prayers to the porcelin god were heard throughout the house!

If you're not interested in ghosts, but wanna be near food, near groceries, near bus stops and the famous St. Charles
Street trolley, for 15-35 bucks a night, it can't be beat. I mean, who wants to stay in their hotel anyway while in the Big Easy?

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Reviewed August 25, 2002

My boyfriend and I spent seven nights at the guest -house in mid- August 2001. After spending 7 previous nights in a pricier hotel in the French quarter. I would difficulty say this was the more enjoyable stay. It’s a great place for young travelers who are looking for a place to stay with character. We had a private room on the second floor with a shared bathroom. Great natural light. And the shared bathroom wasn’t inconvenient at all. Convertible common area downstairs. Nice place to people watch. Decore way remanint of a fading bohemian era. If you’re looking for manacured rooms and room service it’s not the place for you. But the next time we are down there we wood definitely get the same room. Nice staff.

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