Country French Bed & Breakfast

616 General Mouton Ave, Lafayette, Louisiana, 70501, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lafayette

A Welcome Site

A travel blog entry by dave_mike

2

... up about 6:00 a.m.. Dave took Sandy for her walk and then started up the generator so we could get some heat! Thank goodness for Sandy - she is like a little furnace on a cold night! When we went to leave, we noticed 2 matching Prevost that were the most beautiful color of blue with lots of ...

Lafayette Day Two

A travel blog entry by dbax

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Woke up to rain today. After breakfast drove over to St. John's church which was built in 1821. Next to it was an amazing oak tree that is over 500 years old.
We then drove to the factory where Tabasco sauce is made. Angie was in heaven. Got some free samples to take along.
On the way back to the hotel, Spotted another casino, Cypress Bayou. Had to make another stop.
Headed back to watch the Super ...

Lafayette

A travel blog entry by dbax

3

Left San Antonio after breakfast at about 10 a.m. Went by the church to leave the candle, but it was locked up. Will look for another one. Got on the freeway, and only got lost twice trying to find I-10 east! The trip to Houston was quite pretty. Farmland and ranches. Saw a lot of billboards saying to stop at Buc-ee's. We had to check it out. It was like a roadside rest area, gas station, snack and souvenir ...

The Little Red Stick - Tabasco to Texas

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

28

... but really not much. I found us a "hidden gem" of a locals restaurant and we popped in there for a bite to eat. It turned out that it was not much of a gem and that likely the locals would like it to remain local.

~L

Fun fact: Le Petit Baton Rouge (The Little Red Stick) is used by some of the field workers to aid in picking only the perfectly ripe peppers that are the same color red as the stick is painted. ...

Bayou Byways: Part Un (One)

A travel blog entry by currin

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... a windshield wiper, of course.

Stop 3: Henderson - For days we monitored our names on a list for a swamp tour at McGee's Landing. Downpours of rain that morning and the cold weather changed our minds on wanting to even attempt it. Instead, we continued on, passing through the bayou.

Stop 4: Lake Fausse Pointe State Park - The park was deserted. Who would have paid for entry on that cold, wet, miserable day? Even the heron ...

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