Courtyard New Orleans Covington/Mandeville

Address: 101 Northpark Boulevard, Covington, Louisiana, 70433, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 101 Northpark Boulevard, Covington, is near UCM Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Covington

      City Park and French Market

      A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 08, 2014

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      ... sculptures. The park is very nice and I would love to see some of the bird life but we only saw a Blue Jay and I think they are the same birds that chirp every morning in the garden at the Jazz Quarters. We then took the street car back and went all the way the the French Markets where we had lunch at the Market Cafe. John had Jambalaya and I had a sandwich unique to New Orleans not sure of the spelling but here goes a Muffaletta, this had sliced ham, salami, ...

      Non Stop to New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by pjandbubba on Jun 12, 2014

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      ... 18 wheelers riding side by side and they wouldn’t let us pass. They finally had to when they came up behind a third 18 Wheeler that was going slow and they had to get in the same lane to pass. Before they played their game again we were able to move past them.

      We drove to the Comfort Inn downtown. The streets are all narrow ...

      Shoe castanets and dog prams...only in New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 02, 2014


      ... style buildings that seemed to be a constant throughout the city. We had some doughnuts at this old French place which we both agreed were the best doughnuts we had both had! New Orleans does have some interesting buskers; some guys were clipping what I can only describe as castanets onto their shoes and were tap dancing (josh maybe we could include this in our next open mic night?). There was a man using steel drums and a saxophonist playing summertime. It ...

      The Big Easy

      A travel blog entry by marcher1234 on Mar 22, 2014

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      ... amp; videos. So many that my camera battery died by the early afternoon. Thankfully the French Quarter was unaffected by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The rebuilding from the natural disaster is still on going & the population which was 500,000 prior to the hurricane has since reached approximately 350,000. New Orleans has jumped to the top of the list of one of our favourite places so far & I highly recommend it for a ...

      It Ain't All Sunshine and Rainbows

      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Feb 06, 2014


      ... and not much else. Sleep was sporadic at best as nurses came in and out throughout the night checking on both Kaitlyn and her roommate. Finally around 8:30 our doctor and the head of abdominal surgery came in to give us the rundown. The head of surgery explained that he thought her colon had twisted itself closed and then untwisted itself while we were in the ER and that is why the x-ray and ct scan were so different. He also let us know that he ...