Stockade Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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I've slowly but surely been gathering items for my trip. The challenge is that i need to make my backpack as light as possible because I'll be traveling by train quite a bit.
Since the weather will be around 50 degrees F I decided that wearing tunics and black or brown leggings would be best. They pack small and easily and pikos are very thin and comfortable. I also decided that I would wear my light brown riding boots. I can walk miles in these and ...
After leaving San Antonio, we drove west on I 10 to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. You can tell immediately when you leave Texas and enter Louisiana. First, the highway was elevated over the swamp, so we appeared to be driving on a bridge that stretched for nearly 30 miles. When we entered Baton Rouge we were surprised at the poor condition of the streets and highways ...
... of downtown to explore. We walked through the Alamo and learned the history of this historic monument. Then, we strolled the historic King Williams neighborhood and toured the Villa Finale, the restored home of Walter Mathis who was responsible for much of the restoration of the King William neighborhood. Mathis was quite a collector and over 12,000 items are in the home arranged on the tables and in cabinets.
Most of this trip so far has been a combination of work (3 days of the National Effective Teaching Institute in Austin and 2 days at LSU and Baton Rouge Community College) and seeing some of Rich's cousins in the Bluestein family (Robby, Jeannine, Nathan and David in Austin and Judy and Herschel in Houston). The work went well and we enjoyed many fine meals with good friends and colleagues (Jim ...
... unimpressed with her taste of grits but I quite enjoyed it as a pretty bland carbohydrate filler for the strong Cajun flavors of the shrimp. Culinary delight it was not to me. All in all an excellent meal which cost us $115 including $40 for alcohol and $20 tip.
Tried to contact Joleen on facebook and cell phone but failed both. Hopefully we can make contact tomorrow.
Bed before 11.