Hampton Inn Covington
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Covington
Travel Blogs from Covington
... to be possible.
We enjoyed a homemade lunch and continued on with the rest of the day being free. I sauntered out of the French Quarter onto Frenchman St where I found a fantastic group at a venue The Spotted Cat. I didn’t catch their name but their instrumentation was keys, banjo, upright bass, kit, and acoustic guitar. They were so good that I stayed for their entire set. After watching them for over two hours, it was time to catch some sleep.
... and Swiss cheese topped with olive salad and baked. Absolutely delicious. After lunch we went for a look at some of the shops and I wanted to go to the Funeral shop, here I bought a few things for Irene and Rob, I did buy myself a dress and a top fro. One of the shops as well. We walked back down St Philip street to our accommodation and rested up before going out to dinner tonight at Arnaud's. We left around 6.30 it only took us 15 minutes to walk to the restaurant which was ...
... and before one could say "sold his soul for rock N roll" the legend of selling one's soul to the devil at the crossroad in return for unearthly skills was born. The particular crossroad, where one could meet Legba and make a deal, over time became the junction of Highways 61 and 49 in Clarksdale, now designated as the famous crossroads where, according to legend, Robert Johnson supposedly sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for mastery of the blues. ...
... 150 slaves who built the mansion and worked in the cane fields. Somehow it seems wrong to enjoy the fruits of slavery however here we are. Our cottage has beautiful wood floors, baseboards 8 inches wide, a fireplace and gorgeous wood bed. I took a little tour of the mansion on my own because the door was unlocked. The white ballroom is beautiful. The legend is that the owner John Randolph declared he had ...
... from end to end.
Since visiting New Orleans we have been told by multiple Louisiana residents, most people avoid New Orleans if possible. Apparently, it has become a dangerous, dirty city. Although we were only in the city 2 times, our assessment was the same. However, there are museums and some historic sites; it would have been a shame not to have seen them.