The Crescent Palms Motel

Address: 3923 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70125, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Mid-City area of New Orleans, is near Louisiana Superdome, Canal Place, and Armadillo South Architectural Salvage, Inc.
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      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... more until I finished my drink. Some drunk sitting on the wall behind me kept yelling "What the **** you done with my mooring line" at random passing strangers. No idea what that was about, and none of the passing strangers asked him for clarification. I noticed a couple of large mice scuttling around the trash cans and under the park benches. I'm hoping they're mice.

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      Goodbye Razzmatazz, hello Jazz

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 25, 2014

      Leaving Las Vegas, we were struck again by the huge number of people still playing the tables and machines at 8am as we departed from New York, via Las Vegas to our next location - New Orleans. However, first we had to contend with the airport system for Southwest Airlines - the USA's version of Ryanair. When we arrived at the airport, after a taxi ride with possibly the friendliest, most interested taxi driver of all time, we found ourselves faced with three ...

      N'Awlins

      A travel blog entry by jblackert on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... car of our leftover donut bags and empty pop and water bottles. Back on the road we approached the dedicated swamp lands that consisted of Louisiana. I was enthralled to see them in person, although they weren't much different than the swampy areas of Florida I have previously visited. The fifteen miles of lifted roads into New Orleans was only the beginning of the bridges we would encounter. Upon entering New Orleans city limits we were hit with a downpour of rain, ...

      All that Jazz!

      A travel blog entry by swannieg on Jun 08, 2014

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      ... place as we saw them 2 nights ago. Satchmo must be squirming in his grave!
      6/6. Up early for our pickup for our Swamp tour. Driven about 20 miles north to the Pearl River where we are loaded onto a flat bottom boat - with a roof thank goodness as it is very hot. Alligators everywhere - they feed them marshmallows on the ends of poles - were told it helps their digestion - not sure about that. There are dozens of boats on the river and there are marshmallows floating everywhere. ...

      New Orleans day 2

      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 02, 2014

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      ... lake in the centre. I was getting hungry so I retraced my steps. On my way back I walked into a grave yard. The interesting thing about braves in New Orleans is that they are all above ground, crypts. I had been informed by Will that they are like this because New Orleans is a swamp, and dig a few feet down anywhere, and you'll hit water. So people must be buried above ground. I listened in on a tour that was going on through the cemetery. The guide explained that they could fit lots ...