Baymont Inn & Suites Marrero

Address: 6589 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, Louisiana, 70072, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 6589 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, is near Audubon Zoo, Blue Frog Chocolates, Earthsavers Uptown, and Mignon Faget.
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Travel Blogs from Marrero

Trip to New Orleans

A travel blog entry by travel.com.ann on Jan 30, 2015

... Cafe Le Monde & then we took the boys into Bubba Gump for dinner where we had dinner last night Olly likes the Mac'n Cheese. We came back to the hotel & I got myself a cup of tea & something to eat at PJ's downstairs. We've packed our suitcases ready for flying to Orlando tmrw morning. S&V have gone out for dinner with Scott's work colleagues while I watch after the ...

Anticipation

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 12, 2014

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... a corner onto Royal St. and noticed two of my friends from college! It was a surprise to see them and I found out that they moved to The Big Easy just a few weeks prior and happened to be performing some folk music this evening. Having people you know in a new destination absolutely makes the experience more comfortable. This was the perfect way to end my night in the city and I was able to get some much needed rest before my first true program day.

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Day 14 - New Orleans, Louisiana.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Sep 03, 2014

... a lot off the sugar factories they have; dominos sugar company with all the sugar plantations is the biggest contributor in the world. The battle of New Orleans took place on one of the sugar plantation fields in 1815. Great Britain were one of the wealthiest and most powerful shopping country in the world; New Orleans is the gateway through and around America up the Mississippi River. Britain wanted to take over New Orleans as they believed that if it belonged to them they ...

Give Darren a GPS & let him select food

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 17, 2014

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... recovered from Katrina. Darren was pleased since he was hoping to see the contrast. As there were many new and repaired areas there is still much rebuilding to do.

We finally find this whole in the wall, which could be described as a very bad part of the city if you based it on looks. A group of guys sitting on the corner drinking beer from paper bags; eating chicken wings throwing the bones in the street. Then just as we stop in front of Cajun Joe's a group of kids ...

A wander through Noo Awwlins

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 28, 2014

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... we jumped on the St. Charles St. tram which we planned to take to the Garden District and then walk back to town, looking at the colonial mansions at the way. That was the plan, but half way there the Tram driver stopped and told us we all had to get off the tram and get on a bus (due to track works) and then would get back on a tram further up the line. Sounds like Sydney eh? Anyway, we didn't get back on the tram, as we got off the bus at Washington ...