Oak Alley Plantation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We woke up at 12 noon. Massive sleep in after our huge day of travel. Went exploring for a little while. Found a pub called Ryan's Irish pub. Had lunch at nice New Orleans restaurant along the way. Jumped back in the car and drove out to Oak Alley Plantation. Had a tour of the house and got to see where the slaves lived. Road trip back to our hotel …
Lekkere luie dag. Eerst ontbijten op t balkon, koffie en appen met nederland. Wij wakker zij naar bed hahahaha.... Pap ging lekker zwemmen in de pool. Daarna zijn we gaan wandelen en gelijk boodschappen gedaan. Na de rest v d winkels en straatjes die we wilden zien hadden gehad, zijn we in de blinde pelikaan gaan zitten. Een leuk restaurant met …
We drove from Memphis to Jackson, Mississippi. Interesting drive! We diverted through some small towns, the GPS ended up sending us through a trailer park in one of the towns......WOW that was scary! We found this town called Pocahontas....hilarious, they even had a teepee! We had a great meal in Jackson in a little restaurant near our hotel, sat …
We had breakfast at Dots Diner which was just down the road & was recommended by the campground staff. It was super cute! We sat at the bar & watched the kitchen staff who were flat out busy. The waitress poured us a cup of bottomless coffee & took our orders, best & cheapest breakfast so far. Even brought a novelty Dots Diner …
... plantation homes. There were also clusters of houses, often small and unkempt, around churches but little other apparent infrastructure. Our first stop was San Francisco, an authentically restored plantation home at Garyville. It had a vividly coloured exterior, unlike the typical white of most mansions. Inside was very authentic, with high, hand-painted ceilings and much original furniture, carpets, etc. Our tour guide was an older lady, dressed in a crinoline who ...