Hampton Inn Metairie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Metairie
We loved this hotel. We were mostly interested in the pool and it was so clear. Also, it was nice being able to park the car in the garage on the same level as our room.
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... himself on an ill played electric guitar. Sort of Billy Bragg style but with zero melody and the lyrics of a man who only leaves his bedroom on Tuesdays to irritate the likes of me. Thank God for Josh A bizarre phenomenon is happening, Americans, keen to converse with tourists, approach us and tell us we're Australians. This has happened on at least five occasions. I'm going to just give in from now on and pretend I live in Alice Springs. The evening finished ...
... an energy about it; corny though that sounds, it was buzzing at 1.00am and I was tempted to take a look outside but thought perhaps everything would be closed and only the few quarhawks about up at 1 am! Besides I thought I had a train to catch! Now the reason for which the Maple Leaf was delayed is still unknown; it was not from lack of asking! I can only assume that the persistent heavy rain there when I arrived must've had something to do with it! I was told that ...
... catfish too, I wanted to try that. I found the food really dull. I thought Cajun was suppose to be spice and flavour, but I found it average. Rice and beans and bits of shrimp. The catfish tasted like mud but I guess that's what you'd expect for a bottom feeder fish. I had a local beer with it, strawberry flavoured. I found that odd too, not something is drink again. I left the restaurant and headed back to the hotel to chill as I knew I wasn't required to drive ...
... airboats can go over. The first log we tackled I was getting ready to dog paddle, but it skimmed over it like it wasn't even there. The airboat drivers are a breed onto their own (watch an episode of Swamp People and you'll get my drift).
Toured two plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Oak Alley is an antebellum home with 300 year old oak trees overhanging to form a magnificent canopied path running down to the Mississippi River. Gorgeous. ...
... so there are decorations everywhere. There is also a smell that confirms this was the location of a huge party. (That is really the nicest thing I can say about it; but be very thankful we do not have “smell-a-vision”) Many streets had trash piled on them and people wandering around drinking. I didn't take pictures of the ...