Barrow House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Lafayette to see St John's Cathedral and Cemetery, then Breaux Bridge where I did a lovely kayak ride around Lake Martin. Yesterday I biked around Baton Rouge, along the levee bike trail and then to the university, where there's a lake that I hung out by and read a book. Today on my way out of town (to New Orleans!) I'll stop at Highland park and the LSU arboretum, so I'll post pictures of that ...
... was a Walmart close by that the hotel shuttle would have taken me to but I would have had to go in my uniform and I figured I really didn't need to be spending money on a pair of jeans I really didn't need so I didn't go. It was a good reason to stay in my room and get some tax work done anyway so that's what I did. It was a good laugh for the crew though when I told them I forgot my pants.
... GPS is taking us a different way back today. It's not on interstate 75 but rather alt. RT 27 S and it is quite picturesque with beautiful horse and cattle farms lined with fences, Spanish moss filled trees and palms. The route is four lane, 65 mph, limited access, and few cars. Nice! Just crossed the Swannee River. It really has quite ...
Finally left Nacogdoces at 1445 hours drove for about five hours with a stop at a Cracker Barrel for dinner and borrow a book on tape, The Longest Ride by Nicholas Sparks. Stayed at a truck stop last night as we both were really too tired to go on. One thing we've learned is NOT to push it with about 40,000 pounds of weight behind us. Up early and still had breakfast in bed and on the road at 740 hours heading south to Interstates 10 & 12 east toward a Baton ...
... gardens at Rosedown. The driveway to the house was lined with magnificent, moss draped cypress trees.
In the dining room at Rosedown we saw our first "shoo-fly" a cloth fan above the dining table with a pulley to swing back and forth and create a breeze for the diners, while keeping the flies at bay. I was surprised that screen windows were not yet invented! Amidst rooms which are still ...