Comfort Inn Marrero

Address: 6751 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, Louisiana, 70072, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6751 Westbank Expressway, Marrero, is near Audubon Zoo, Audubon Park, Bayou Segnette State Park, and Blue Frog Chocolates.
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Travel Blogs from Marrero

Down South

A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 28, 2014

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We arrived at our hostel in the Garden District and found it to be an interesting set up. We had decided to stay in a hostel here as the prices for the time of year were quite expensive in the hotels and this hostel had good reviews and was in a good location so we thought it would be a good bet. The one thing we saw when booking this hostel though was that if you were over 30 you had to book a private room. This was no drama as we intended on doing this ...

Weekend in the Big Easy

A travel blog entry by rabiensaul on Oct 24, 2014

... Wilson remake. He was animated the whole night and he'd say stuff like "shut up" and the band would just stop on that beat, or he'd say put your hands up, put your hands up... then who's from out of town? Put your hands up? If you're from out of town, then make some f**king noise!!! Jock and I were clapping and laughing. The crowd was real transient and eclectic mix, and the music was tight, soulful, and funky. The musicians were all top notch, and Huggy Bear, aka ...

Secrets of the Mardi Gras Indian

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 15, 2014

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... between tribes.

Shaka used to play professional football but now he is a Mardi Gras Indian chief and professional musician. He explained the origins of jazz, how slaves in New Orleans used to have Sundays off. Slaves would gather in Congo Square (right outside of his restaurant) and play music. There was a language barrier as many people were brought from different areas and cultures. Jazz is extremely conversational and the arts allow for ...

Mississippi and Louisianna

A travel blog entry by jogheller on Jun 12, 2014

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... she was going to throw her knickers at the band! Fantastic night. We went on a plantation tour to two different Plantations, Laura Plantation and Oak Alley Plantation, the history and stories, and tragedy that these plantation held was fascinating. A time most cases for the better....but still! We also did a city tour and a haunted & Horrors tour.... They were both is a town of superstitions and ghosts! Their cemetery's are bizarre. ...

Alligators and Armadeadlos

A travel blog entry by thecrankies on May 03, 2014

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... we encountered the interesting breed of drivers that are Floridians (seriously, Toronto has nothing on them.) We also saw a number of armadillos – all of them squished. The most common form of road kill in Florida, I guess?

It was a quirky trip through the Sunshine State. We skipped through Alabama and Mississippi and arrived in New Orleans at about 10:30p.m, but the day wasn’t over yet! Randomly, we met a gent named Earl at ...