Economy Inn

8310 Chef Hwy, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70126, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans

No plans...No problem...NOLA!

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin


... nice waiter/bartender. Husb tried the fried shrimp po’boy at Freret Street Po’boy and Donut, and I shared my gumbo with him (yes, the best I’ve ever had!). We followed that up with an apple fritter which was a perfect ending to our meal there, which we enjoyed as the employees were transfixed by the quality daytime TV talk show likely involving a fertility test in the background. One of the best meals that we have had here overall was at ...

Day 2 New Orleans also "Big Easy"

A travel blog entry by tessacat


Today we walked into town and through the French Market Place, love looking in the craft markets saw so many things wanted to buy....... Walked along the Mississippi river front, watching the river traffic passing by. David got to taste alligator but not exactly what he was thinking of, more like sausage. We took a cruise on the Natchez Jazz riverboat, 13 miles up ...

Jazz and all that

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... moved around the showcases.

Lastly as we left NO we made a small detour into the Lower Ninth Ward - this is the area most effected by the Huricane in 2005. It was very very sad to see so many abandoned houses - left to rot and also to see that people there are still struggling to rebuild their homes and their lives.

We crossed the huge highway - that resembles a causeway - Lake Pantchartrain on the left and Lake Borgine on the right. Good Bye NOLA - It has been amazing.

Day 3, Strolling down Magazine St

A travel blog entry by flightof3kiwis


... of theirs. Jacque Imo's is in another area of town that we haven't been to yet, and is quite something inside. I didn't get the full story why its called Jacque Imo's, but it definitely has something to do with the Iko Iko song. I had a rum based cocktail, the best I've ever had, called a Finanay.( "Jacque Imo fi na nay"). I don't know how its meant to be spelt, but it sure did taste good. :)


Katrina and Bourbon St

A travel blog entry by nl.opiola


... didn't hit them. Wrong choice this time. His buddy was holding on to a tree but found it full of raccoons, fish and assorted other animals hanging on for dear life. He let go but was lucky to grab another branch and was eventually rescued. To see and hear it on TV is one thing, but to see the devastation and the real life stories is something else.

Moved on to the ...


This hotel, located in the East New Orleans area of New Orleans, is near Lower 9th Ward, Bywater Historic District, Jackson Barracks Military Museum, and Mardi Gras Fountains.
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