1872 John Denham House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... And so, the word for today is WATER. I began this blog with water in Niagara Falls and I am coming to a conclusion with water in the bayou. Seems fitting.
The trees began to look familiar, southern yellow pine, live oak, cypress and I don't know what else. And palm trees. In Baton rouge we saw palm trees, so we knew we were nearing home. We crossed the Mississippi River just before we arrived in Baton Rouge and it was filled with working docks ...
... friends, and the service reflects this leisurely pace. Despite being summer, the place was full, and we enjoy watching the crowd as we sip on our last Cuban coffees.
It was great to see the places in Marcus’s stories and a good introduction tour of a college campus for the kids…I can’t believe in 5-6 years we’ll be looking at college campuses with Maxwell for real! On to Fort Walton Beach next. ...
... 4-lane highway, complete with a new bridge over the bay. As we got closer to the I-10 we could see just how much of the forest was removed to allow room for the new road.
Once we hit the I-10 it was smooth sailing, but a bit boring. Our only stop was at a rest area to allow the three of us to check out the plumbing. It was a beautiful area, carved out of the forest. It served our purpose so off we went once again. Between ...
... the Tallahassee RV park where we had planned on staying to find out they were completely full. First time we had a problem by not booking in advance. Cleverly we have all the campground guides etc. and an american cell so I was able to find us another rv resort to spend the night. We headed over to Big Oak RV park and registered there. What a wonderful park. The southern hospitality was as thick as honey in the office and I managed to score the family discount ...
... send the one I bought yesterday to her today. When we got onto the bus, I wrote the card and will use local stamps to send the card, they are 49 cents, international is $1.15, I don't care, I will just got three from Chanda. We watched an hour and a half documentary from the History channel called "You don't know Dixie" which was about how the south think and operate and is a funny take on the accent, cooking, red necks, football and where the southern line is on the map etc. it was ...