Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
2830 Loyola Dr.
Kenner, LA 70062
Phone: (504) 466-9666
Fax: (504) 464-3801
Park N Fly is a convenient, practical and cheap way to park your car near New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport (MSY) without paying the expensive on-airport parking fee. Park N Fly has a shuttle that comes by every few minutes to take you to MSY or drop you off at the parking lot. Their parking lots are secure and you can put your mind at ease that your car will be safe during your trip.
The Sweet Home Christian Center is located in the Kenner suburb of New Orleans and serves as a religious and a community center for Christians. Besides the routine functions of a church, which includes the Sunday communion service, this center also hosts various community related events inside the auditorium of the center that has a seating capacity for 800 visitors. The center was established by Pastor Eugene Wilson in the year 1961 with a view to serve the people of the community and today has been successful as a day care facility for families. Call or visit their website for information about various programs.
Pontchartrain Center hosts an array of events that includes everything from private parties and catered receptions to conventions, business meetings, cultural and sports events. The modern infrastructure and chic look of the center adds to its popularity as an important venue. While the flexible flooring and padded seating gives you an arena-like experience while enjoying a game, the catering service by local favorite 'Messinas-Ovations' will make your party a sure success. For more details on the center, do visit the website or call ahead.
The University of New Orleans - Jefferson Campus is located in the city of Metairie. This university offers education to more than 3000 students from the nearby cities. It also offers a number of additional study courses suitable for undergraduates and graduates in various streams like arts, science, business and more. There is also an on- campus booking facility at the “Human Performance Center, ” for various public events.
The quaint suburb of Metairie which literally translates into 'small tenant farm' in French can trace its origins back to the 1720s when it was first settled by the French colonialists who set shores in America. Despite suffering repeatedly and with astonishing regularity from hurricanes and flooding through the years, Metairie continues to hold its own, and beckons especially to lovers of jazz and blues. Mardi Gras that's held each year in either February or March is celebrated with great fervor and festivities; this is in fact a good time to visit!
Located near the Mississippi River, Destrehan High School is a public school catering to students on the East bank of the river. Established in 1924, the school has many extracurricular activities and athletic programs. The Fighting Wildcats and Lady Cats are the names of its sports teams. Some of the sports that it encourages are football, baseball, softball, swimming, basketball and golf. The campus also has facilities to support their athletic teams such as the Wildcat Stadium, Fighting Wildcats Baseball Field and Lady Cats Softball Field.
The state of Louisiana, and especially the area comprising New Orleans and her surroundings, has had a very strong German presence since the Mississippi Company coaxed the Germans of the Alsace region to emigrate to the United States during the early 1700s. As the German population in the area grew, so did a need to form an entity or organization that would look after the German-American community. One such entity is the Deutches Haus, formed in 1928, whose parent organization, Deutsche Gesellschaft von New Orleans originated from as early as 1848. The Deutches Haus is dedicated to promote the German heritage, and does its best to spread awareness about German culture, music, language, and history through a range of events held throughout the year. The organization's Oktoberfest is especially popular. To know more about the Deutches Haus and their activities, do see the website. Auf wiedersehen!
Emergency room, leading heart treatment center and serves 59,000 patients a year. Ochsner is also a US News top 50 hospital, specializing in Heart, Gynecology, Rheumatology and Urology. They guarantee the best form of treatment at a very affordable price.
Home to the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, TPC Louisiana is among the best known golf courses in Avondale, and has been acknowledged in the same respect: 'the 4th best upscale public golf courses' by Golf Digest in 2004 and in Golf Week’s 'best courses you can play'. On offer here is a well maintained stretch of green, welcoming both its members and guests as well. As part of the property here is a fabulous clubhouse, a restaurant, a golf shop and even accommodation. The course conducts regular events and championships and also has training courses. Do check their website for details.
The New Orleans street car system, the oldest continuously operating street railway system in the world, includes three different lines, the St. Charles Avenue line, the Riverfront line, and the Canal Street line, and covers a total of about 13 miles. These lines run through some of the most beautiful areas of the city and facilitate access to popular neighborhoods and attractions such as the French Quarter, the Central Business District, Audubon Park, and the Aquarium of the Americas, etc. A one-way fare is $1.25 and transfers to other lines are available for an additional $0.25. Sadly, all three of these lines were non-operational following Hurricane Katrina, but as recently as June 2008, they are all up and running again at full speed. These beautiful old streetcars are not only an integral part of New Orleans's history, but they are a convenient means of getting around the city, and their charm makes them an absolute must-do for visitors.
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist is located across the Polk Avenue. Replacing the Lakeview Presbyterian Church, this church is incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. For details, check website.
Carrollton now a part of metropolitan New Orleans was originally a rustic locality in the city's outskirts. With street cars plying along its oak-lined avenues and the Mississippi River flowing alongside, the neighborhood still retains its old world charm. Coffee shops, restaurants, stores and music events, Carrollton has a lot to offer within its historic settings.