Clarion Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Inn & Suites New Orleans
For the price and location, this hotel was perfect. I walked everywhere and it was very close to the French Quarter. Perfect for Mardi Gras
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Today was an early start. 5.30am wakeup for a nice wet-wipe shower, a quick pack and a tent party, before heading out of the campsite at 6.30am. We voted to skip a roadside breakfast in favour of sleeping in the van, and that we did. We went through the state of Mississippi, stopped at a few gas stations, and ended up in the state of Lousianna. …
Waking up in a proper bed is seriously amazing, even if we only camped for 4 out of the last 7 days. We went down and met the other girls for breakfast, and then decided to meet up at 10.30am to go and see the sights during the day.
We walked down Bourbon Street (which it totally dead at this time), around the streets, and found the French …
We arrived in NOLA on Feb 7 and departed on Feb 10. The 1st day we got there around 8pm and after dropping off our things at the hotel we walked up Canal St in search of food. We stopped at a local bar that was serving food which I cannot remember the name. I had the gator sausage po-boy. It was decent. My friends had the gumbo, which they did not …
... can get a drink and walk the street listening to live music and simply being entertained by your surrounding. We spent a good part of our Thursday night in the Musical Legends Park listening to live jazz.
The Garden District is completely different to the French Quarter. It was developed as a residential neighbourhood in the 1840s as a way to display the accumulating cotton and trade wealth by building sumptuous mansions in huge ...
... we were ready to catch the streetcar and head to the museum. Almost a plan ...the first two streetcars were fine then at the next stop about a hundred people from an army reunion group were waiting to go the same way as us! We went the in the other direction for two stops and changed lines so when we got back to the original stop we had a seat! Clever! The Louisiana State Museum explained those questions we had about the Louisiana Purchase and filled us in on the history of ...