Four Points by Sheraton New Orleans Airport

6401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Metairie, Louisiana, 70003, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 6401 Veterans Memorial Boulevard, Metairie, is near Old River Road Plantation Adventure, Maple Leaf Bar, Treasure Chest Casino, and Riverbend.
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    Travel Blogs from Metairie

    We're going to Jackson...

    A travel blog entry by kerryl85 on Aug 11, 2014

    ... hands. Unfortunately for the citizens of New Orleans, our lady had had enough time to get wind of the intentions of the people and had already fled the scene taking all she could carry along with her family, never to be seen again. The house was ram sacked by the furious mob and that was the end of that...or was it? Over the next few years the house was used for several other purposes, all of which were unsuccessful. The boys boarding house failed when the boys ...

    Vicksburg to New Orleans.

    A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 30, 2014

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    ... hotel on the outskirts of town. I got my room, unpacked my car and settled it. There was a Cajun restaurant with walking distance from the hotel and I though I'd try it. Is was really a random location for a restaurant. It was in an industrial area, and there was only a couple of people in there. The fat old southern woman welcomed me with that southern drawl and I sat myself in a booth. I ordered a sampler platter that offered different foods of the Cajun style. ...

    Plantation Alley

    A travel blog entry by marcher1234 on Mar 23, 2014

    26 photos

    ... were treated & lived, but was a shame that there wasn't much information on the slaves that worked & resided here. There was documentation that showed the lengthy process it took to free one of the slaves, who chose to stay & earn money to buy his wife. He & his wife remained on the plantation until their deaths because they were not free until later in life & their children remained enslaved. Afterwards we started driving ...

    Days 4 - 6: new orleans

    A travel blog entry by brianbruan on Feb 25, 2014

    ... and exercise." And then something about electrolytes. His name was brayden and when we departed i boarded one of the canal streetcars, from the window of which, a little girl waved at me with a sweet genuine smile. Arrived at a roadblock on canal, and a parade was occuring, with floats and bands and primarily lots of merchandise such as beads and cups and soft footballs were thrown. The parade passed and thr atmosphere was merry, i walked down bourbon and into the ...

    New O'Lins

    A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 13, 2014

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... each morning. However when the hostess wished to subtly signal that they'd overstayed their welcome they would receive an uncut pineapple the next morning.
    The entrance (both front and rear) has a line of Oak Trees which lead to the main entrances. The 28 trees at the front of the home, were planted prior to the house being built and are over 300 years old. It's believed they were planted by the French. The oaks at the rear of the house were planted much ...