Americas Best Value Inn-New Orleans/Gretna

Address: 1411 Claire Avenue, Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1411 Claire Avenue, Gretna, is near Gretna Green Blacksmith Shop, Gretna-Jackson Avenue Ferry, Gretna-Jackson Avenue Ferry, and St. Joseph Church and Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Gretna

New Orleans- bonus day!

A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Aug 11, 2015

15 photos

... we had seen that we headed onto the bayou, which is a natural water way off the lake. Has large trees hanging over it, and there is lots of Spanish moss hanging from it, which looks amazing, it makes the trees look very shaggy. It was really pretty to go down, we stopped to look at a banana spider, which was huge and was busy wrapping up a bug. We then got to hold a baby alligator! He guide had him in the boat with us in a tank, and he got it out, it was about 10 months old, so ...


A travel blog entry by jeremy.steward on Jul 30, 2015

12 photos

So, they don't pronounce it New's more like Norlins. Arrived at the airport in Miami and had to do a fair bit of luggage shuffling....all our internal flights have no luggage allowance and you have to pay $25 for the first bag and $35 for the second....each bag up to 23kg. So, we arrive at the airport and empty loads of stuff out of our suitcases because they're way over 23kg, and start to fill bags to take on as hand luggage. Luckily, they take ...

Day 38

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 18, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

We have arrived at New Orleans. We are staying with Lauren (via airbnb) at her home near the French quarter. The houses around here are 'shotgun' type of houses and seem to be common in this area. They are back to back type houses, some are painted various colours, it is all rather quaint.This afternoon we walked into the ...

How the other half live

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 23, 2015

... I left the tour about half way through (had seen enough and had enough) and explored the gardens a bit more.

These houses are huge. Not only are the houses large but the individual rooms are also big. Since the Civil War the plantations have changed hands (owners) many times.

The Jazz Festival has commenced in New Orleans, making it very difficult to find somewhere to eat. We ate at a very low-key Italian restaurant. The food was ...

New Orleans - this is not America.

A travel blog entry by plaingoldband on Nov 22, 2014

1 comment, 95 photos

... I really wanted to get out of town for the day and go see myself a sugar cane plantation and some gators...struck lucky with a Cajun guy who owned a beautiful swamp near an old plantation and was able to combine them in one day. And I saw gators. And turtles and snakes... Now I find myself on board a panoramic car of the Sunset Amtrak...heading out of New Orleans into southern Louisiana, though the swamps and bayou into Texas. Nawlins, you are great and I will be ...