Julia's Cajun Country Bed & Breakfast

Address: 4021 Benton Dr, Bourg, Louisiana, 70343, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 4021 Benton Dr, Bourg, is near Terrebonne Parish, Pedestrian Bridge, and Bermuda Island Parasail Company.
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      Travel Blogs from Bourg

      Slave Plantation Tour

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... the old writing. It was all handwritten with seals and all, but today we use all type written documents. This plantation survived the slave revolt and went through the Louisiana Purchase. It has been through a lot of historical events. 12 years a slave was filmed here and so was Interview with a vampire. The home here was amazing. It took 3 years to build. It was well build ...

      Outside of New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by jeffrich12 on Dec 28, 2013

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      ... Took the River Road, hugging the river until the bend at the end of St. Charles Avenue. Jumped on St. Charles there and drove uptown. Traffic wasn't too bad considering. Lots of track repair on the St. Charles streetcar line. But some were running. They were ALL packed. Swung down Camp Street so we could see the Downtown La Quinta then on to Canal. Made the U turn ...

      "Crawfish till the bitter end"

      A travel blog entry by photojenny on Nov 04, 2010

      3 photos

      ... abandoned the place it was bought by a school and his home is used for art classes. We wandered around it a while trying to figure out just what he was getting at. There were a couple parts unfinished and made-up symbols but overall it had a religious theme.

      We drove into Houma, the largest town in the area to find a place to get some dinner. I had found a restaurant online through the Wildlife Gardens website that claimed ...

      Accidental Tourists on Purpose

      A travel blog entry by keithandsusie on Jun 26, 2010

      11 photos

      ... We were also going to stop by the Tabasco Sauce plant and drive through a nearby bird sanctuary. Missed them both. We're not sure what happened. Keith blames shoddy map-making vs. shoddy navigating. Bless his heart. We just kept going south.

      Most of our day today was spent coming and going from Grand Isle. This seems to be command central for the war ...

      Day Sixty Four

      A travel blog entry by lgrubbs on Jun 21, 2008

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      ... Tom wisely chose the downstream route via the Algiers Locks vs the Harvey Locks 4 miles upstream so we wouldn't have to fight the strong current. In fact, we set a new 11.5 knot record speed at 1900 RPM's...whoo hoo! I have never seen so much commercial traffic. The large ships had the water really torn up. That, along with the strong current, and we were rocking and rolling all four miles. We finally turned into the Algiers Lock only to discover ...