Americas Best Value Inn-New Orleans/Gretna

Address: 1411 Claire Avenue, Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

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

Mobile, Biloxi, and New Orleans

A travel blog entry by klbrown on Feb 01, 2015

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... centre is in a beautiful restored building and has an excellent self guided tour that takes you through the settling and development of Biloxi. We then did a short walking tour of historic downtown Biloxi. The city was a thriving seafood Center by the 1890s and many immigrants moved to work in the industry. Next was New Orleans. An unusual and interesting city and just happened to be Mardi ...

Down South

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 28, 2014

26 photos

... of the dorm room (the room you had to be under 30 to stay in). The unusual thing is that you actually had to walk through the dorm room and then up stairs to get to our room through a tiny door. The room was then like a loft/box in the dorm room so you could once again hear everything. This made things interesting in the morning as we had an early flight so we dragged our bags down the stairs into the dorm waking everyone up to head to the airport and to Las ...

Battles and Beignets

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... br> We drove over the causeway across Lake Pontchartrain to New Orleans- about 45 minutes from our campsite. We headed straight to the Chalmette National Historical Park, just a few miles from the French Quarter. It was here that Andrew Jackson and his forces fought the British at the Battle of New Orleans from December 24 1814 to January 8, 1815. At the museum we learned more about the battle. The British naval forces ...

Final full day in the Crescent City

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 08, 2014

6 photos

... Playing Miles Davies on the I pod to compensate for the fact that I've been too fatigued to go out for live jazz. We went out for a meal at Muriel's on the corner of Chartres and St Anne's.....pronounced Charters......these people know nothing. An ex brothel, Muriel's was everything Buorbon Street isn't , tasteful and good humoured. We had a lovely Creole meal, I ate the fattest best tasting prawns I've seen. It was expensive but worth it and enlivened by one of the ...

Day 1 of Cosmos Tour - New Orleans

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack on Jun 19, 2014

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If you look closely at the house on the right, you will see the yellow water mark on it of where the water came to. Look along the sun shadow on the wall. This area was one of the shallower ones. Some houses were completely underwater.

This Is Lake Pontchartrain which is what caused all the problems. It is massive, and you cant see the other side. ...