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We had a great stay. The location is perfect for Jazz Fest or anything at the fairgrounds. The neighborhood has a great feel to it. Our hosts were fantastic and had the place really set up for us, along with some great welcome gifts. The house has everything you need for a great stay and was ver comfortable and cool. We would definitely come back!
Had a great stay at Evan's place in Bayou St. John. He was very accommodating with check in time and couldn't have been a better host. Hope to stay here again.
Evan was a great host and made our stay in Nola even better than it would have been.
He was really flexible with check in and check out, left us some food and beverages in the house, and gave us great tips about parades and restaurants and places to visit. Evan is for sure one of the best guides you can have in town.
The house was clean and comfortable and we at home.
There are bars and restaurants nearby and the French Quarter is not that far away (we brought our skateboards and it was pretty easy to reach every part of the city).
If we go back to New Orleans there isn't any other place we would want to stay.
Evan was a very generous and accommodating host. He even left a care-basket full of Voodoo Fest & Halloween themed goodies (even a Frankenstein cookie that I regret not eating). He provides a good record collection for you to listen to (even the 1989 Batman soundtrack--amazing--who else has that on vinyl?!) .
Evan gives you all the privacy you need. But as another guest already mentioned, we wouldn't mind if he was around to just talk & hang out. He's a good local guy who's very knowledgeable about the city and its history.
It truly is a good location if you decided to attend Voodoo Fest & City Park. Not to mention that it's also located near a bakery that sells the best Poor Boy sandwiches in town. Also, a decent dive bar is a block down the street (if that's your scene). A 10 dollar cab ride will get you to the French Quarter.
Don't worry about the neighborhood that you're housed in. It's commonplace for outsiders to fear cities they don't know, but it's all in your head. Everyone is generous, and the area brings out a faction of New Orleans that everyone should see (not everything is located on Bourbon, folks)
I will definitely decide to stay here if I choose to go to Voodoo Fest again. I hope no one beats me to it :) .
Evan is an amazing host! He really made us feel at home, we almost wanted him to join us for our Mardi Gras celebrations. I will most definitely give him him 6 stars if I could! If you are in NO and you get a chance to stay at his crib, you will be extremely lucky. Location is awesome as well (15-20 min from French quarter)