Cajun Country Cottages Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and read a book. Breakfast was at a well patronised diner bacon and eggs coffee etc interestingly I ordered French Toast as to me it's bread that has been cooked with egg. Well French toast in Louisiana is not that at all. It's toast with butter and cinnamon coated with icing sugar and served with maple syrup doesn't really go with a fried egg but it was good anyway. Declan's egg Benedict was different as well with a weird hollandaise sauce, that wasn't improved by the ...
... went with the steak whist I had a fish stew, mussels, prawns, scallop and fish in a well seasoned tomato broth, lots of garlic so that should keep the vampires away, very nice meal. Back to the room and horizontal again with our next outing to a tapas restaurant for tea. Had hoped to visit the locations where True Blood and True Detectives were filmed unfortunately although both were set here in Louisiana there was no filming done here. We could have ...
... also known as the Louisiana Airborne Memorial Bridge, is a pair of parallel bridges in the U.S. state of Louisiana between Baton Rouge and Lafayette which carries Interstate 10 over the Atchafalaya Basin. With a total length of 96,095 feet (29,290 m) or 18.2 miles, it is the second-longest bridge in the US and fourteenth-longest in the world by total length, traffic on the bridge averaged over 24000 vehicles per day. This is swamp country so you realise why they need bridges. ...
... a better introduction to the swamp in South Louisiana!!! The meeting place was easy to find. Our guide was a little lat having been stuck on a stump during the previous tour. None the less, we were regaled with truly interesting facts by a guide that was not working today. We learned all about the life of alligators from conception to adulthood and how to determine their length by measuring from snout to eyeballs. When Bob arrived, we loaded up about 14 ...
... 5:30 a.m., hooked up the Honda and off to the Wild West! After a long drive from our home Tarpon Springs - this was a welcome sight to stop for a few hours of rest at about 2:30 a.m.! It was very cool when we woke up in the morning around., about 38 degrees - it wasn't too early for Dave - he ...