Econo Lodge

Address: 2125 Veterans Blvd., Kenner, Louisiana, 70062, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2125 Veterans Blvd., Kenner, is near Old River Road Plantation Adventure, Treasure Chest Casino, and Mimi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kenner

    Down South

    A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 28, 2014

    26 photos

    ... semi-finals). We headed back home making sure we took care as the night before there had been a shooting two blocks up from a section that we walk past. Don't worry too much it was some disagreement at a bar.

    We got back to the hostel only to find a note on our door and all of our stuff moved to another room. Our second room was even more interesting than our first. We had been moved up into the back building and our room was situated in ...

    New Orleans-Biloxi-Bellingrath Gardens-Mobile

    A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... across for the first time to McDonalds. The other options for the restaurants were too much, I couldn't stomach a full meal, I'm already ballooning out of control. Andrew felt like a burger so Andrew had a quarter pounder and I had chicken club burger which was nice, it had onion, bacon and salads in a brioche bun. It is quite muggy but the clouds are coming over so the air conditioning was welcoming. We loaded back into the bus at 1.15 pm. We travelled back to our ...

    Day 15 - New Orleans, Louisiana.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 04, 2014

    1 photo

    ... that they originally came here in the 1900s when a Spanish shop over turned and the pigs they had on board swam to land and just re produced. We went and seen what he called as an Indian village, I don't know why it wasn't very Indian. All of the houses couldn't be reached unless it was by boat, most of them were old and tattered, the foundations of some of them looked as though they were going to fall through any moment, they had been badly hit by the hurricane! And you ...

    New Orleans "Let the good times roll" Part II

    A travel blog entry by beaky on Jun 20, 2014

    12 photos

    ... early graves dug into the ground in the traditional way would literally pop up out of the ground after rainfall events when the water table rose! That must have been freaky "The Zombies are coming!".

    So, the solution was to build up in tombs designed to act as ovens to help speed up the decomposition process so that space could be freed up for the next family member. More info can be found on these at: http://www.experienceneworleans.com/dea dcity.html
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    DAY 34 - NEW ORLEANS

    A travel blog entry by casrobusa on May 28, 2014

    19 photos

    ... is above ground due to the fact that New Orleans is below sea level and so if they dig more than six feet they hit water. The tombs can hold many family members - the bodies are put in pine boxes which breakdown with the bodies quite quickly - when another family member is to be placed in the tomb the marble slab is removed, brick wall knocked out and the remains scooped into a plastic bag, sealed and dropped to the bottom of ...