Loyd Hall Plantation

Address: 292 Lloyd Bridge Rd., Cheneyville, Louisiana, 71325, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 292 Lloyd Bridge Rd., Cheneyville.
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    Day 7 Stop-off at Alexandria

    A travel blog entry by coldunn on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... east back to Alexandria. Because it was hot it probably was not the right choice - but another lesson learned.

    Pulled into the Best Western Alexandria - had a very welcome shower and researched places to eat. Ate and drank at Spirits and had a great conversation with the barman John and the gentleman sitting next to me who was also John.

    Left the bike at Spirits - 30 min walk back in the morning to pick it up.

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    A hard day due to heat and lightening storms.

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 12, 2014

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    Saturday was both a relaxing and a stressful day. Lynne's bike would not start Friday night and a lady passing by said that her cousin owned a repair shop and might be able to help. Her cousin Chris drove to Beaumont, TX to pick up a part to repair her bike and get her back on the road. The bike was repaired and delivered by about 3 pm and by 4 pm, we were driving around Lakeshore Blvd admiring all their extensive ...

    Road Trip to Texas

    A travel blog entry by beaky on Jun 22, 2014

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    ... dual carriageway with safety barriers along the side limiting the view.
    Especially in Louisiana which is so flat that any kind of barrier wipes out about 99% of the view! At one point we drove over a raised section through some swamps though which was kinda cool. So..Nottoway Plantation - The South's largest antebellum mansion. It is a huge plantation house dating back to 1859, which for American standards is very old. It is a beautiful ...

    One week to go!

    A travel blog entry by dvincik on Feb 07, 2014

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    One week from today I will walk out of the office, start running around like crazy because I just remembered things I still need to get done and then start packing. Saturday I'll check and recheck my list of things I want to make sure I take....camera, phone charger, tablet, plenty of underwear, sunscreen, sunglasses.....then feel horrible because it will be time to drop Cartman off for boarding. Then it will be early ...

    Made it to our campsite in Louisiana.

    A travel blog entry by natolir on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... a pet deer named backstrip. Yes, it was an actual deer and Blake as I pet it. Then as we were talking to these people the local county sheriff pulled up in his car ( which apparently he did every day). This sheriff was about 65 or 70 years old, had a six shooter revolver and also quite a big amount of chewing tobacco. Before leaving the sheriff told everyone that he would see them on Sunday at church (which everyone says to everyone in the south). Tomorrow we have a short ...