Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East

7049 Bullard Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70128, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Little Woods area of New Orleans, is near Eastover Country Club and Audubon Nature Center in Joe Brown Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East

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    The first night

    A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... hard I can’t sleep in it. But its lumpy. Could probably use a new one. It does have a microwave and a mini fridge which works so that is nice. The breakfast is til 9:30 and is included. It is adequate but not expansive. There was cereal and breads and sausage and French toast and some fruit and juice and coffee of course. It was well stocked and I will say the attendants were always refilling things and very attentive. Again, great staff here all ...

    Travel day to New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 08, 2014

    ... went out to the New Orleans Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. We had our waitress take our picture at this new location. We then walked down to the Riverwalk Promenade and walked the mall. And then walked over to the restaurant Cafe Dumond for dessert, beignets. We then strolled back through the French Quarter to our hotel to watch TV and rest for our journey ...

    All that Jazz!

    A travel blog entry by swannieg on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... to met Bianca (Doug and Paola's daughter -friends of ours from Alstonville) and Alan (they live in Baton Rouge) for drinks and dinner. We head off ,with Bianca and Alan leading the way, to find the legendary Pat O'Brien's to be introduced to the "Hurricane" - a must do cocktail! Wow -one was enough -a very potent rum and fruit concoction and we get to keep the glass - hope we can get them home in one piece. Now off to find the restaurant specialising in local cuisine that Bianca ...

    Swanp Thang...

    A travel blog entry by bradndad2014 on Apr 29, 2014

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    ... via The Mississippi river. Reducing the amount of wetlands protecting the coastal plain also exposes the region to unnatural erosion.
    Brian and his family only hunt alligators in the wild on occasion these days, relying mainly on tourism. They do collect about 1000 alligator eggs a year which are sent off to captive farms. Sustainability is maintained by returning 40% of the 1 year old back to the wild..
    There is also a bounty on Nutria rats, an ...

    Swamp people

    A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Apr 10, 2014

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    ... a seafood place down bourbon street which apparently was quite popular. I had an entree of gumbo and shared a seafood platter with someone else. It had deep fried oysters, catfish, shrimp, fries and these weird shrimp ball things that tasted amazing. Things got a bit out of control at tea so once we finished eating we quickly got out of there and headed to a bar. We started off at a little quiet pub that allowed people under 21 in there so that ...