Quality Inn & Suites

Address: 100 Westbank Expressway Building A, Gretna, Louisiana, 70053, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 100 Westbank Expressway Building A, Gretna, is near Garden District, Gretna Green Blacksmith Shop, Gretna-Jackson Avenue Ferry, and Gretna-Jackson Avenue Ferry.
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    Travel Blogs from Gretna

    Trek Day No.36 - New Orleans, Louisiana

    A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on Jun 16, 2015

    Today was our free day in New Orleans so I met Steph downstairs for our complimentary breakfast at 8am. Lexx was also down there so when we were finished we walked together to Canary Street and he left to go to the gym while we went to the WWII history museum. We paid a little bit extra and got the full experience where you get to see a 4D mini movie and go in a fake submarine and have to do a mission on it. After arriving at 9:30 ...

    All aboard

    A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 25, 2015

    4 comments

    ... as the band played while the ship sank.

    I have been upgraded to a double room - still an inside cabin but a double bed rather than twin beds. Apparently there is something wrong with the cabin I had booked, but I am not complaining. Before unpacking, I had a wander around the boat to orientate myself. This is a very large boat - 6 decks including the sundeck. It is going to take me some time to learn my way around the boat. I found ...

    On To New Orleans

    A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Mar 07, 2015

    18 photos

    ... up fruits, salads and prepared meat, usually chicken.

    Packing a wet tent on the morning of March 5, I headed west to New Orleans. I had an Air BnB room reserved for 3 nights there. The timing was very fortunate for me because I drove through an approaching cold front as I left Florida. The temperature plummeted and my first night in New Orleans dropped below freezing.

    I had managed an early start and calculated that my ...

    Down South

    A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 28, 2014

    26 photos

    ... we were out sightseeing for our last nights) and it was a set of bunks in the kitchen off the lounge. It was totally bizarre. It did have a toilet which was going to be very important later in the night. Not only was it a bizarre set up but insulation in the house was non-existent and you could hear everything and everyone so not much sleep was got in our days here.

    So after getting settled in our kitchen bunk room we headed into the French Quarter ...

    Battles and Beignets

    A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... did not return to enjoy it! There were amazingly few American fatalities in the battle, but young Thomas Barlow did not return from the fray. Jemima's daughter Frances Franklin was left a widow after the Battle of New Orleans.

    We drove a few short miles back to the French Quarter to enjoy the city which the Americans fought to protect. We had our favorite café au lait and beignets at the Café du Monde ...