Julia's Cajun Country Bed & Breakfast

Address: 4021 Benton Dr, Bourg, Louisiana, 70343-3614, 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

          Oak Alley Plantation

          A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Aug 08, 2015

          54 photos

          ... can see over to the Mississippi River. Had a look through replicas of the slave quarters. After this we went to lunch at The Court Of Two Sisters. It was a jazz brunch buffet. Alot of food. The walked up Royal Street back to the hotel. I was too hot and tired to look around anymore. Had a little snooze then it was time to go again. We got onto the Natchez Steamboat and sat down for dinner. It was a buffet ...


          A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Mar 31, 2015

          25 photos

          ... It was also really interesting to see some of the original 'slave' homes still standing and learn about conditions and circumstances surrounding slave labour.

          Afterwards, we headed to Oak Alley Plantation for some lunch and a tour. Lunch was delicious and gave us the chance to sample some authentic Louisiana fare such as Gumbo, Jambalaya, Bread pudding, Crawfish, sweet tea, etc.

          The house itself is named for the double row of oak trees that stand out ...

          Oak Alley Plantation

          A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Apr 13, 2014

          3 comments, 4 photos

          ... larger their table ware would be. They also would turn it upside down so that their family crest would show. Another thing I learned was that the homes in the New Orleans area would have a large fan over the dining table. I did take a picture of this--it was to help keep them cool and also to shoo the flies away. After the tour, we came back to the boat and Kateva read the paper while I toodled around the boat. The ...

          "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

          ... nice houses (the funky colored, up on stilts kind that people give names like 'Time-Out' and 'Va-Cajun) had humvees parked outside. We walked to a beach front shower house and went as far toward the beach as we could. Within a few minutes we retreated to the car because the smell (and taste) of oil in the air was so strong. How heartbreaking this must be on so many ...