Fairfield Inn Kenner New Orleans Airport

Address: 1801 32nd St, Kenner, Louisiana, 70065-3604, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1801 32nd St, Kenner, is near Old River Road Plantation Adventure, Treasure Chest Casino, and Mimi.
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        Travel Blogs from Kenner

        New Orleans

        A travel blog entry by kctehayes on Sep 02, 2015

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        ... we went to visit a famous French influenced cafe called the Cafe Du Monde. Here we sat and ate French donuts and drank coffee. The donuts are called "beignets", they were so yum we had three serves between us all. The donuts are crossed between a donut and a pastry and a heavily coated in icing sugar. Sounds yum right! We are going to return there ...

        Day 12B, New Orleans - WWII Museum

        A travel blog entry by rocket2thekeys on Aug 10, 2015

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        ... ironically coming back to sink the Tang hitting her aft of the conning tower.

        A number of men escaped using the Momsen Lung, a CO scrubbing rebreather. I don't recall all the numbers but a bunch left the boat, a few didn't make it to the surface, a few of those weren't picked up by a Japanese destroyer, and one of those died while being tortured in a camp. In the end 5 men survived the war, and the conn position was one of those. The whole thing lasted maybe ...

        A Cemetery and Voodoo

        A travel blog entry by erinwarwick on Jul 19, 2015

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        ... were moved to the family tomb. There are 500 wall vaults. Some of the most famous residents are; Judge Ferguson of the Plessy vs Ferguson "separate but equal" case, Brigade General Harvey T Haus who led the 1st Louisiana Brigade. The most famous ones are fictional. The "Mayfair Witches" are a creation of Anna Rice, they also link the Lastate vampire from interview with a vampire to be buried there. After the tour I walked around the Garden District to look at some of the ...

        All aboard

        A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 25, 2015


        ... bracelet, my Visa Card was rejected. Luckily I had a backup option. I suspect the bank has unauthorised use of my Visa Card overseas even though I registered the card for USA and Mexico.

        By the time we got back to the Hilton it was 3.10pm. As boarding the American Queen commenced at 3.00pm, we decided we may as well board. We boarded in the rain to very loud music coming from a band on the deck above the gang plank. Reminded me of ...

        New Orleans

        A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Oct 01, 2014

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        ... fish bites with Cajun stuffing drizzled with remoulade. The band started playing and the female singer crooned "They Can't Take That Away a From Me" into an old 1950's style mike, followed by a version of "Fly me to the Moon".

        The craw fish arrived; six falafel sized balls, crispy on the outside, fluffy and creamy on the inside. The only thing I didn't particularly like was the remoulade, which tasted like Mayo to me. Not as good as the Gumbo at Marigny, but not bad. ...