Country Inn and Suites New Orleans Airport
Travel Blogs from Kenner
... day? While I'm nervous and excited and every other emotion, it was absolutely amazing to have my Bible Fellowship class pray for me this morning. I'm still nervous and excited and every other emotion, but it put me at ease knowing people are praying for this experience. And with that, I will continue to pack and prepare for my first trip to Europe! Much more to ...
As we were coming into New Orleans, Jonas had visions of steaming piles of crawfish spilling onto a newspaper-covered table on a rickety porch (can you tell our lives revolve largely around food??). We thought we had found just the place outside NOLA, and arrived to find it closed up. We headed toward another one nearby that promised the same, and found it closed for kitchen repairs. The third place? You guessed it: also closed. Does no one serve lunch ...
... upon a fairly crowded place called The Coffee Pot, there was no line so we figured it was worth a shot for a table of two. And boy was it. We were seated in less then 10 minutes and had our first taste of the famous Cajun/Creole that Louisiana has to offer. Luke had a big bowl of Seafood Gumbo and I had a Crawfish Po boy. And this point we could have left happy, but little did we know as the trip went on the food would only get better. Again we went home to make ...
... the street to a little bar called Chickie Wah Wah to grab a nice big tofu salad bowl. There was a band inside playing some alt-country so we listened for as long as Kelsey's fragile head could take it and then went and sat outside to wait for her food. She enjoyed it muchly, and after stopping off for some snacks at a little corner store, we headed back to the hostel to pack our bags and get some more much-needed sleep. It'll be an early one tomorrow!
... disrepair, that was in August of 2005 and they have just decided to rebuild this part of the dock for cruise ships to come in. There were 2 big ships from the US navy – Cape Knox and Cape Kennedy, apparently they are really fast and can sail the atlantic ocean in 6.5 days, impressive eh! It was a very interesting trip, learning about the history and where everything is and what they do in the Port, which is called the Port of Louisiana. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service