American Inn of Kinder

14734 Highway 165, Kinder, Louisiana, 70648, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 14734 Highway 165, Kinder, is near Grand Casino Coushatta and Koasati Pines at the Coushatta Casino Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Kinder

Leaving the west behind

A travel blog entry by mkasarda on Aug 26, 2014

Left Junction Tx behind and headed off at dawn. It was a quiet morning and uneventful. I had decided the night before to ditch the three sisters for some other vacation. When I passed US 83, the road I would have taken south to the sisters, I knew that it was the right decision. You have to be excited about it and not tentative. I definitely did not mind driving by. San Antonio morning traffic. I moved to the by pass in San Antonio at just ...

Day 7: Buc-ee's, Bass Pro, and the Depot

A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 07, 2014

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... ever seen. This is like a metaphor for Texas. Even when they do something wrong, they do it with pride of craftsmanship. We stopped at Bass Pro to watch Johnny run in fear from the fish. Emilia thought they were great and kept trying to grab them. I guess he doesn't understand the whole "invisible force field will keep the fish from swimming out into the isle and eating me" thing. Some people's kids. We finally made it to Louisiana. Tomorrow; gators. Jenn, Barret and "The ...

Not an Ivory Billed Woodpecker in Sight

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jun 28, 2014

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... culture, however, was very much the same, and the singing and dancing, religious and marriage customs persisted--and persist to today. We arrived at the visitor's center just in time to see the end of a concert of traditional Acadian music. Both the musicians and the audience members appeared to be local people, and much of the audience danced while the musicians played the accordian, banjo, triangle, and ...

We drove all this way for warmer weather?

A travel blog entry by kingcotti on Jan 28, 2014

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... and inadvertently was standing in from of the rather small sign that said "No RV, Bus, Truck Parking". Backing up didn't seem feasible, so he told us to go on through. Wasn't enough elbow room for our awning, but I was getting tired of the unsightly black color of the awning's arms anyway. We found our way out of the French Quarter and onto the interstate that led us to the Causeway across Lake Ponchartrain back to Mandeville.

By the time we were ...

Easy-Squeezy driving, but crappy roads

A travel blog entry by joec404 on Oct 03, 2013

... tribes. The brochure says "Today, Red Shoes' people have an awakening pride in the themselves, their heritage and their history....." which means that soon this park will cost $180 per night.

We're going to see Jay and Rachel Fries this weekend, but we still have a hike to go. I've asked Jay to slip Rachel a little Valium because of our reputation for wildness at their house some time ...