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Who would have thought Swamps could be cool....
Driving into Southern Louisiana it doesn't take long to realise this is the heart land of everything fishing and oil with a real blue collar industry feel. We cross some heavily congested bays and inlets full of massive barge operations for carting large oil rig equipment and the interstate hwy is …
Enroute to dinner last night our UBER driver was inquiring as to our travel plans. We mentioned Morgantown as a stop off on the way to New Orleans. Not a good idea was the comment. Industrial town build around the Petro Chem industry with nothing to do and the whole place is closed by 6pm. Well you have to accept local knowledge so an extension here, has happened. The idea being breakfast then pickup some charcuterie and a bottle of wine., sit in the park so Declan can play on ...
Having been in the go for 3 weeks straight today is an official Rest Day. We are staying at the Ramada (would recommend to anyone). Huge place complete with convention centre. So no alarm this morning but still up by 8am and breakfast in the hotel, eggs bacon, fruit, coffee, juice... Back to the room for a read and a snooze. Room was made up whilst we were out very efficient. Caught an Uber into town for lunch at Jolies Bistro, up market but not overly ...
... where there is a blanket limit of 55. Philadelphia has the worst traffic congestion on open roads of anywhere we have been, cause the speed is too slow. The rest of the place has been good with the exception of Memphis roads... No down south here in Mississippi and Louisiana and you have an oversize load with escort vehicles then in 80 mph and they overtake you... So most of the day was spent around 90. Now to things architecture / engineering. Opened in 1973 the Atchafalaya ...
We actually slept in this morning (7:00 am). After a quick breakfast at our hotel, we started our adventure using the back roads of Louisiana in search of our Cajun Country Swamp Tour. Not knowing that Rookery Rd would take us deep into the Atchafaylala Swamp! It was surprising. The road was a gravel road surrounded on each side by the swamp. Jim spotted an alligator as he was driving! We also saw hundreds of egrets roosting in the cypress trees. I couldn't have ...