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

      Smashing Halloween in New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by jeff.mann on Oct 30, 2014

      32 photos

      ... with dinner and a jazz band of course, Plantation tour that takes in some magnificent colonial homes but also a working cotton plantation. (For the Bayou and Plantation tour photos read "Louisiana country"). The biggest draw card is of course the jazz. Along with jazz wedding (or funeral) parades through the streets you can attend any number of clubs to eat and listen to the music. ...

      New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Sep 26, 2014

      ... She's going to Lou's house with Issy and Max is working. She wasn't too wrapped about hearing our croaky voices but we assured her we were OK. Just received 4 emails from Elizabeth Riley with a heap of photos of when we were in San Antonio eating ribs and also ones she sneaky took of us. They are lovely people. We cleaned our teeth and Andrew grabbed our hats and his go pro with pole ready to go. We got on the bus at 9.15 am. We stopped at a set of lights and all ...

      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

      A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jun 11, 2014

      11 photos

      ... gators on a Alligator tour. Riding the boat down the swamp, we had a comical American tour guide. Passing by some wild pigs he started feeding them marshmallows: his reasoning was that it could eventually make a hybrid bacon- marshmallow bacon. Carried on further down the swamp deeper into the bush, came across a herd of alligators must of seen over 20. We then headed back up the river to see the biggest gator out: Scarface. A 12ft alligator weighing over ...

      Back In The Day

      A travel blog entry by jott086 on Jun 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... because chicken was so expensive there.

      We had a lovely dinner though I had no corkscrew so had to push the cork into the bottle. Gone are the days when I could carry one in my purse and fly on an airplane.

      It is dark now and the grounds are beautiful with lights everywhere and the sound of the fountain in front. It remains very warm and muggy with some bugs flying about making it ...