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La Dauphine, Residence des Artistes
2316 rue Dauphine
New Orleans, LA 70117
Phone: +1--5049482217
Fax: +1--5049483420

Ray Ruiz & Dr. Kim Pedersen

Danish, understand Swedish, understand Norwegian, English, French, German

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The Matisse room with private bath attached.The Gothic room- Enclosed Swedish shower (Tylo), lavatory, and toilet within room. Toilet is in corner behind a screen- Plus a 2nd toilet is down the hall.
Come to the Mardi Gras!!your hosts: Kim and Ray
Thanksgiving Garden Party in New Orleans right after Hurricane KatrinaFriends and relatives from Paris, Copenhagen, Hamburg and New Orleans enjoy a New Orleans Garden Thanksgiving Party.
Your host Ray, at Giverny, France-- in Monet's Garden. Ray is a local New Orleanian of French & Spanish heritage. His parents and grand parents spoke French and gave him a sense of the city's rich European history.Enjoying caviar and salmon with friends from Montreal and London at the Nice, France rental apartment.
Stroll through New Orleans French Quarter-- just wander.  There are over 100 blocks like this to explore.  Very French, very Mediterranean.Old New Orleans architecture-- reach out and touch it.  Enjoy the Old World charm and atmosphere.
The Old Port-- two blocks from our place in Nice on the French Riviera-- one bedroom, to rent by the month-- 2 balconies.Your co-host, Dr. Kim Pedersen, Assistant Professor, LSU-Medical Center-- Molecular Biologist-- currently involved in diabetes research-- from Copenhagen, Denmark.
View from the Nice apartment rental balcony-- full South.Mardi Gras scene a block from our house.
Our quiet garden for your pleasure.Tanuki and Hoshi wait to greet you :-)
Ray on the balcony at the French Market Restaurant-- overlooking the statue of Saint Joan of Arc-- gift of France.
That triangle is called Place de France.St. Louis Cathedral at Jackson Square
Krewe of St. Joan of Arc marchers at statue of St. Joan-- Mardi Gras season.Kim enjoying the restaurant balcony.  It's nice to be in shorts in February :-)
Visiting the Beauregard-Keyes House for a luncheon banquet on Mardi Gras Day with friends.Our back patio courtyard
Tanuki surveys her kingdom :-)View from our Fort Lauderdale condo