Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Pearl River / Slidell

Address: 63537 Highway 1090, Pearl River, Louisiana, 70452, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 63537 Highway 1090, Pearl River, is near Dr. Wagner's Honey Island Swamp Tour, Slidell Historic Antique District, and Treasured Collectibles and Doll Hospital.
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      Travel Blogs from Pearl River

      Day 1 Natchez to New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by joanandken on May 22, 2014

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      ... discovered that they give free coffee and in some cases coke, a good score !. Our drive south took us on another tree lined freeway towards New Orleans. We decided that we should take the what we have been told is the longest bridge over a body of water - 43 miles All very exciting for the first 5 miles but then you really got over it. There was one poor person who had a flat tyre and there was ...

      Down in the bayou

      A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 29, 2014

      5 photos

      ... somewhere for breakfast along the way. Well infact Ian was supposed to have picked somewhere the night before, but of course had not done so... Anyway after an hour or so of wandering about looking at haunted and historic houses lived in or visited by pirates or famous people (General Beauregard, Tenessee Williams, Winston Churchill, JP2 etc. ) or not (as in the case of Napolean who died before he managed to escape here) I was in dire need of coffee so we walked down to Cafe Du ...

      Days 4 - 6: new orleans

      A travel blog entry by brianbruan on Feb 25, 2014

      ... in all save for the walking and the waiting in flip flops and no sweater or jacket in the cool nola winter night, and that bus which would not come except for past three stops i walked and the old funny black man called me back "HEY BOY" and i boarded that bus and transfered and transfered back to the hostel. There i would unwind from a tiring solo walk around town in the warmth of my hoodie and the living room tv showing the end of the awful looking cowboys and aliens and ...

      Big Easy, Bigger Fun

      A travel blog entry by ukcat on Jan 30, 2014

      39 photos

      ... dark gave us no concerns.

      Friday morning, waking up before most tourists, we got our dawn start with coffee and beignets at Cafe Dumond, established in 1829, in Jackson Square. During the day, most anytime during the week, Café Dumond is spilling out into the streets with people in line to order from the four items on their menu, coffee, milk, orange juice or beignets (a square ...

      A most extraordinary experience in New Orleans!

      A travel blog entry by paulandginny on Jan 17, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... flooding resulted from multiple breaks in the defences and went up the canals from Lake Pontchatrain twice in the space of 48 hours. The flooding was from 5 to 11 feet in many neighbourhoods and was catastrophic. 1600 people died, and the evacuation of people into the Superdome was a complete shambles. There were too many people there, with the sewage system backing up and no water or supplies. The National Guard and army did not communicate ...