Best Western Northpark Inn

Address: 625 North Highway 190, Covington, Louisiana, 70433-8961, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 625 North Highway 190, Covington, is near UCM Museum.
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      Trip overview

      A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 25, 2014

      1 comment

      Trip summary This has been a great trip! Heath did a great job planning and executing it. I can't thank him enough. We have done and seen so much in the past 18 days. I am glad that I got to experience a different culture, one vastly different than my own. At the end of the day though people are all people. Everybody's got to eat, work and love their families. We just don't all do it the same way. In many ways our life in America is better to a degree (at ...

      Aww, rats

      A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 02, 2014

      1 comment

      ... we must have been in the wrong place. It was all marble and plush chairs and English speaking staff. I just about turned and walked out to go looking for the right place.

      The room was just as plush, king size bed, toilet that flushed, very small chance of being murdered. Things were really looking up.

      We went for a stroll down to the souvineir shop near the hotel and checked a few things out, ...

      Plantation and Swamp

      A travel blog entry by niccis on May 11, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... the money. They had six children and only three survived from yellow fever. The son Henri was given the plantation to run once he became of age unfortunately even as successful as he was, his mother Celina had run them into that much debt the plantation was auctioned off. The second notable owners were the last residents to live on the plantations, Andrew and Josephine Stewart. Sadly, the owners before them could not maintain the upkeep and in the 1920's ...


      A travel blog entry by aviruthia on Mar 11, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... cycled the main streets and back streets of this town until I could give directions to others, lay under a tree filled with wind chimes, and walked a Mardi Gras parade pouring wine into people's mouths like very few of the tourists do.

      As I said, I never tried to "tour" the effects of Hurricane Katrina. But I never stopped hearing about it. If, while cycling, I ask about road repair, then answer ...

      Leaving New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by mcgovern43 on Dec 13, 2013

      3 photos

      It is with great sadness that we packed up this morning. We really liked New Orleans and wanted to spend more time here - oh well excuse to come back :) We had lunch before we hit the train station - local food again - a Poboy (shrimp cooked in spices inside a roll with lettuce and tomato) and Andrew had the local fish and a soup. Very nice - the food here is amazing - although not to many vegetables are to be seen! Have I said it already - go to New Orleans - its ...